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    Thumbs up CO flight listing

    As of Sept.1, a $20 fee will be charged for other airline employees that list by phone through the e-pass desk.
    Other airline employees can now flight list for CO online at ifc.id90.com You’ll need a user ID and password to login which you can obtain through your company pass office.
    A paper ticket # will be required at time of listing and further instructions will be e-mailed to you once the listing has been created.


    A big thanks to aazed that alerted me to the new listing procedures at CO.
    Last edited by Migflanker; 03-Oct-2010 at 01:40 AM.
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    How in the world do I list for non-rev travel on CO? I am allegedly on the right website entitled list for travel on CO, but I don't see any place to list.

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    CO uses the ID90T flight listing tool, list through that. Just in case you haven‘t heard, Continental will fade into the sunset this weekend. United and Continental’s websites will go dark 2a.m. EST Saturday with the fully integrated United site (assuming all goes as planned) coming back on-line 6a.m. Saturday
    It is my understanding that United is embargoing buddy/companion travel from Saturday March 3 - Monday March 5th.
    --hopefully someone from United/ CO will comment.
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    I got no clue on that. I just read about the Saturday deal about the merging. We keep asking what are we? United or Contiental but nobody knows. At least in my side of the fence. I work on the airplanes, don't get much interaction with the public nor the people in the ticket counters that really have to know what's going on. To me, the plane and parts on them stays the same. The only embargo I know about is the Cuban embargo.

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    ifc.id90.com will not accept my username (ID) and password. Have used Airline code and EMP + ticket stock first 3 numbers. That did not work - traveling 3/6, any advice?

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    As of March 3, 2012, the Continental airline designator (CO) and the accounting code (005) no longer exist, all CO flights are now UA/United.
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    for the moment OA employee cannot list on UA we have been told that as other airline employee we can use the 866# to list and the fee will be waived until the issue is resolved.

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    Zedman...after two hours on hold for the 877 number, I gave up. However, since my company, CX, no longer issues paper non rev tickets (all iET), listing will serve no purpose on UA since I won't have an open paper ticket to surrender on check in.. Our two platforms are IFLYSTAFF and myIDTRAVEL. UA does not use either of those, so it looks like we have lost access to the largest carrier on the planet. So much for high tech.

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    Sorry but I'm lousy help right now. Trying to adapt to all kinds of changes, the computer part of it is kicking my butt with new web links and different travel policies ect....Gotta sign in twice with different passwords for example, and its just beginning.
    I don't know anything about the ID90.com. This is news to me. Never even been to the website.

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