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    Question NRSA Charges

    Members of the silver fleet. A question about D3 NRSA charges - the same for F & C?
    Iím looking at LAS/ORD - ORD/LAX/ORD - ORD/MSY
    Is this right? I donít want a $$$ surprise.
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    Who's the silver fleet? It seems United, American and spirit fly those routes, I would have guessed American but that is your airline. Unless you have a general question about American that you are not sure about.
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    “Silver Fleet” is a term for AA, used by AA’ers because of the fleet’s polished aluminum fuselage. The silver paint of the new livery is a nod to that silver heritage.
    AND….. I put my post in the American Airlines sub-forum. Eyes up Offroader, you gotta look up.


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    Yes, looks to be the same charge for F AND C for 2 class domestic. Can't remember that was always the case. Might as well list for up front but it's not often that one sees D3 up front on domestic. For the JFK transcon and international, there is a difference between F, B & C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by isppilot View Post
    Can't remember that was always the case. Might as well list for up front but it's not often that one sees D3 up front on domestic.
    Trust me it wasnít always the case. And you know they want to be listed upfront.
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    True that. Maybe that is how US handles their buddy pass riders?
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    It's been five years since I worked for AA but when I was there, on 2 class domestic, all D3 charges were the same regardless of class (not that anyone ever got anything other than coach but hey, they can dream).

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