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CIP, What does it mean?

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casualflyer

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Hello

Great forum - very informative!

my partner is a WP and we noticed that on her boarding pass it has the acronym CIP. Does anyone know what it means?

thanks
 

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casualflyer said:
Hello

Great forum - very informative!

my partner is a WP and we noticed that on her boarding pass it has the acronym CIP. Does anyone know what it means?

thanks
Commercially Important Passenger. Generally seems to be related to the agent that did the booking, but doesn;t seem to really mean much.
 

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If you're a (very) commercially important passenger (from QF's perspective), you'll be CL.

(chairmans lounge)
 

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The two aren't mutually inclusive, odoherty. You can be a mere Plat and CIP....
 

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casualflyer said:
Hello

Great forum - very informative!

my partner is a WP and we noticed that on her boarding pass it has the acronym CIP. Does anyone know what it means?

thanks
Welcome to AFF casualflyer :D . CIP and other acronyms are explained in the Abreviations and Explanations thread.
 
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