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    Air Wisconsin agreement to operate as American Eagle expires Feb. 14

    Feb. 14 is the last day of our agreement with Air Wisconsin to operate flights as American Eagle, and also the last day employees and guests can use their D standby and A positive space travel privileges to board Air Wisconsin flights.

    Starting Feb. 15, eligible employees can purchase ZED tickets for standby travel on UA flights operated by Air Wisconsin. Pilots can continue to travel in the jumpseat following the Pilot Reciprocal Travel procedures.

    American Eagle flights operated by Air Wisconsin radiated mainly from our PHL, DCA and CLT hubs. AAs other American Eagle partners operate routes previously served by Air Wisconsin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Lucky View Post
    Air Wisconsin agreement to operate as American Eagle expires Feb. 14

    Feb. 14 is the last day of our agreement with Air Wisconsin to operate flights as American Eagle, and also the last day employees and guests can use their D standby and A positive space travel privileges to board Air Wisconsin flights.

    Starting Feb. 15, eligible employees can purchase ZED tickets for standby travel on UA flights operated by Air Wisconsin. Pilots can continue to travel in the jumpseat following the Pilot Reciprocal Travel procedures.

    American Eagle flights operated by Air Wisconsin radiated mainly from our PHL, DCA and CLT hubs. AA’s other American Eagle partners operate routes previously served by Air Wisconsin.


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