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  • Again flying standby as a non-rev airline employee, I watched as two flights left full.

    Cabanas Copal

  • She told us that the flight was closed with no final boarding call, no checked in passenger names called, and no non-rev names called and the flight was closed and departed with open seats.

    USATODAY.com News

  • She also had waited at gate A5 for the St. Louis flight as a non-rev flier after having worked that same plane on the inbound flight.

    USATODAY.com News

  • Just booked a non-rev trip to SEA now that I'm a handy dandy airline employee.

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  • Q: There's a group out there that says you have to cut X-number of non-rev sports and put all that money into football.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Get My Trips - a listing detailing all confirmed and non-rev trips and flight details

    American Airlines Launches Industry's First iPhone Travel App for Employees, Retirees - Yahoo! Finance

  • In fact, I've volunteered-they were offering a free round-trip ticket-I didn't get it, mostly because I was flying on what they call a "non-rev" ticket at the time.

    Lone Star Times

  • And United employees travelling on the cheap on "non-rev" tickets are expected to dress up.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • I overheard part of her ensuing conversation with the pilot, where he conveyed the message that Delta would not permit a paying passenger to be replaced with a "non-rev"? so, in the end, the decision which caused the soldier to spend yet another night away from home was a financial one.

    Marine Corps Moms

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  • An airline term for 'non revenue'. Airline staff fly for free, so their trips are non-revenue.
    Travellers are called 'non-revs'


    June 15, 2013