Baggage Interline Agreement Delta

Their pro-rata agreement always applied to the full fare and not to the nominal value of the ticketing segment or to a fixed fee that the airlines contractually agreed. And I`m not talking about a full Y9 for which you pay maybe 500.00, but a full Y that no one pays, that you would only see in an airline or a travel agency computer for 3000.00 or whatever. We could also perform on WN reprotect and self ticketing on WN for our own staff trips, but not issue tickets for passenger travel. I expected to see some kind of big “NOPE!”, but instead, the interconnection of luggage is not mentioned at all. Given that Delta now has almost the best bag handling statistics among all U.S. carriers, it is highly unlikely that they will reintroduce this agreement unless the baggage issue has been resolved. No airline ultimately wants to be blocked by the payment of baggage delivery and I doubt that Delta would have agreed to a revised agreement if there had not been certain guarantees in the agreement regarding a slightly equal participation in the agreement on both sides and similar levels of baggage stores. The reality is that none of us have any information about the details of the reintroduced deal, so it`s premature to believe that Delta has given in. There are sources who have said that DAL wanted to increase the fares it charged for carrying AA passengers during IROPS when the agreement was cancelled because AA sent passengers at a much higher price than the other way around in DL…



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