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vetrade

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I have a "first world" problem (i.e I'm just inquisitive) about Amadeus I'd be happy if someone could explain............

Situation is that we have an upcoming IB flight in J (ORY - MAD) and I don't understand why BA, QF and IB all have a different "confirmed" seat selections for the same flight, which puzzles me because I understand each airline uses Amadeus and the info should therefore be uniform. I selected 3A & C some time ago via the QR MMB, which is what IB is showing on their website, but BA shows our seats as 1C & F and QF says "seats not selected". There hasn't been any change of aircraft. I noticed the difference about 2 weeks ago and expected it to self-correct but it hasn't happened. No discrepancies with our seat selections for other flights.
 

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IME BA likes to mess around with seat selections... but there could be another reason too.
 

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Cool. Thanks for the QR MMB tip.

I've just used it to select my seat on an upcoming IB flight SCL-MAD as part of a DONE5 booked through QF. It was the only flight out of QF, BA, AA, LA, AY that I was unable to select the seat for.

If I got on the IB web site and went to seat selection it returned a message to the effect that there is a 'technical problem', but it's been doing that for weeks.

Can't answer your question though :).
 

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Just because they all use Amadeus does not mean you only have 1 record locator. Are any of your flights on codeshares?
 
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