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Expert Flyer Question -Answer needed

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coyote501

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JohnK said:
How late did you book the RTW? It is possible that the flights had reached the pre-allocation limit as has been discussed already in this thread.
The booking was made in January 07.... I made a minor change to it early April (added extra leg) and the tickets were issued in March.

JohnK said:
Why not call QF and check if they can allocate seats for your RTW trip. If not able to allocate a seat for the first sector then at least try getting a seat allocated for the remaining sectors.
I have no status only PB...
 

coyote501

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JohnK said:
Maybe I am wrong but I would have thought as a QC member you could add a permanent seat request in your profile and also request seats before checkin.

Making seat requests.
I think you are limited to certain selections of seats ... such as Window/Aisle or Forward or Rear cabin etc
 

Kiwi Flyer

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coyote501 said:
On a side note ...when de seats get allocated by the airlines and when would they appear on viewtrip and check my trip.
Per my blog entry, viewtrip works on airlines using Apollo/Galileo - ie UA, AC, EI, AZ, etc. AA uses Sabre - ie virtually there tool.
 

coyote501

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Kiwi Flyer said:
Per my blog entry, viewtrip works on airlines using Apollo/Galileo - ie UA, AC, EI, AZ, etc. AA uses Sabre - ie virtually there tool.
Thanks Kiwi... Handy blog to keep.

Thanks to everyone else.... hopefully when I turn up there will be a seat for me.
 
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