AA benefits question ?
If a employee of American airlines wants to fly somewhere but don't want to use their own flight benefits s(so it doesn't turn up in travel history) could they use a buddy pass of a coworker? Basically does an employee didn't want to use any of their benefits so there is no record could he ask a coworker for a buddy pass?
Oh and also, if he did use a coworkers pass would it show up on his coworkers travel history or would it show up in his travel history? I would think that because he is flying under someone's benefits it would show in their history and not his right?
- Anonymous2 months ago
No. An employee with travel benefits cannot use a buddy pass. It is strictly forbidden. Only an employee who is on probation could use a buddy pass.
* Its it possible? Yes. However, it is NOT allowed and if caught doing it, both employees can lose flight benefits and or be terminated.
- DanielLv 72 months ago
Still trying to prove your husband's infidelity? You need a marriage counselor, not Yahoo Answers.
But yes, I guess an employee could use guest passes of another employee, although that would dip into the other employee's pot of guest passes. And they would be much lower down the standby list.
- sunshine_melLv 72 months ago
They will still be recorded as having travelled.
- Roger KLv 72 months ago
Regardless of whose benefits he uses, HIS NAME will be on the passenger list. He cannot fly anonymously.