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    Default What is "DS"?

    Is that Delta Services? Do DS emps fly S3B on mainline flts? Please advise ASAP. Need to consider (or not) using S2 for SE Asia.
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    I heard it was DGS employees.................
    I saw some cleared on Deltanet and they were listed as S3.
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    well shoot--that doesn't help cuz I saw some cleared as S3C.
    arghhhhhhhhhhhh
    Bet someone else will chime in before I make myself nuts looking for DS clears on random flt searches!
    Please please....
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    Look at 2626 today from ATL to SLC.
    Also 2141 from CVG to ATL.
    The three DS are all S3 on those flights.
    I asked a Skyclub Agent right now and he did not know.
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    Is Delta Global Services the same thing as Regional Elite? I know that one is RS on DLNet. It looks like IATA's code for DS is EasyJet Switzerland but I doubt there are any interline benefits there.
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    DS Delta Global their the ones that clean the planes,lavs etc they fly S3C on mainline Delta

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    Quote Originally Posted by DL_NRSA_100k View Post
    DS Delta Global their the ones that clean the planes,lavs etc they fly S3C on mainline Delta
    Well, then God bless them for doing that job! I appreciate the info, too. Cheers!
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    Yes, DGS are the ones that do ramp/lavs/cabin cleaning, etc for 1/3 the paycheck of mainline. The employees travel S3C, the managers travel S3.
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    btw, Vulidlela, I see that million mile mark is coming up quick! Where's the lucky flight??
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    thanks for the confirmation about S3C. I didn't want to waste an S2 with family of 5 passriders listed DS to contend with on seniority. My niece will likely be in coach for that leg and being the loving Aunt I am, I will wave to her as she scoots down the aisle to economy....(yeah, it's true)
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