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    • #369
      TT22
      Member

      Hello:I would like to know if Delta issues login user name and password for Employee's companion pass rider? I'm a companion, but always have to wait for the employee to book my flights. I know that employees cannot share their login user name and password, so it's very difficult to book a flight in short notice, if the employee is traveling outside the country. Any information will be greatly appreciated.

    • #800
      r.m.anderson
      Participant

      Companion pass rider login and password is not available !This becomes a very sensitive touché area of how well the employee/retiree knows and trusts you with his revocable travel privileges.Become the sorcerers apprentice and do something detrimental revealing information that should not be made available to the traveling publicand bye bye travel benefits and perhaps face monetary charges for incorrect listings/reservations on flights.Side note: last minute standby travel plans and listings are more in likely not going to have the in depth research to make alternate plans when you cannot get on a flight as planned. If the employee/retiree is not available when this occurs the problem is not going to get better.One alternative if the employee/retiree has a mutual coworker then a possibility of working something out using that persons credentials for informationis possible but still yet the pass listing is done with employee/retiree sponsor of record.Suggestion - don't plan to be in this situation ! Plan on having better communication with the employee/retiree sponsor.If last minute travel is an emergency then a companion or buddy pass is not the best guarantee to get there in time.

    • #801

      I totally agree with that. Passwords are never to be shared and not only employee can lose his or her flight benefit, they can lose a job as well.

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