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    Default What are CO Express flight benefits like?

    Morning everyone, I recently came from a very well going COEX interview this morning. I'm wondering if anyone would be able to share with me more about how the flight benefits work. I didn't want to seem greedy in asking. The interviewers know that I am coming from Comair/Regional Elite and I didn't want them to think that is the only reason I've applied with them. I want to keep doing some form of my job with almost anybody I can.

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    Now by COEX, do you mean you interviewed with ExpressJet Airlines? If so, We get the same flight benefits as CO employees do.

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    You'll be good to go. When I have flown Expressjet, it made no difference on my seniority as though flying Continental. Should be the same the other way around. Also CMI (Continental Micronesia) doesn't differentiate between the travel between the Continental and Espressjet. I don't know about CHELSEA catering and how that's done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 29palms View Post
    You'll be good to go. When I have flown Expressjet, it made no difference on my seniority as though flying Continental. Should be the same the other way around. Also CMI (Continental Micronesia) doesn't differentiate between the travel between the Continental and Espressjet. I don't know about CHELSEA catering and how that's done.
    I'm not so sure that it's a 2-way street. When I worked for NW, I had the same priority on all flights as a mainline employee, but employees at Mesaba (a wholly-owned subsidiary of NW at the time) had a lower priority than we did, at least on mainline flights. Then again, for CO specifically you probably know the ropes better.
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