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Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

blsinmd
Active Member

Lol......words have no meaning.  🤣

 

And I will keep using that word 😉

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

TheMiddleSeat
Top Contributor

@blsinmd wrote:

Lol......words have no meaning.  🤣

 

😉


Clearly not, you've promised us that you were done wasting our time here yet you keep returning with your childish "I'm not xxx, you are" 

 

--TheMiddleSeat

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

blsinmd
Active Member

LOL....and here you are again. 🤣

 

Smh..

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

TheMiddleSeat
Top Contributor

@blsinmd wrote:

LOL....and here you are again. 🤣

 

Smh..


Never said I was leaving. I'll stick around and continue to provide useful information to people. Why are you here? 

 

--TheMiddleSeat

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

blsinmd
Active Member

LOL....Yeah ok . 👌

 

Speaking my mind and not being censored  

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

TheMiddleSeat
Top Contributor

@blsinmd wrote:

LOL....Yeah ok . 👌

 

Speaking my mind and not being censored  


So nothing useful. Got it

 

--TheMiddleSeat

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

dfwskier
Top Contributor

Give it a break people. Stop the bickering.

 

There are rules to follow on this forum. You agreed to them .  Here are a few of the rules. Please read them.

 

Be respectful and courteous.

We want you, and all Members, to feel comfortable sharing thoughts and ideas. We ask that you follow the Golden Rule and treat other Community Members the way you would like to be treated. Keep your tone positive and your comments constructive. Participating Southwest Employees are reminded to also follow Southwest’s Policies including but not limited to the Social Media Policy.

 

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Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

tmigneron
New Arrival

This continues to be a big problem.  On a recent international flight, a group had one person who used a wheel chair to get preboarding, and her companion proceeded to save the First 4 ROWS for their family!  The preboarder hopped right up and greeted her entire family once on board.

 

I have been on flights with 15 wheel chairs in preboard.  Trust me there are not 15 when the flight arrives.

 

This alienates SW best customers.  We have the SW credit card, are A list preferred, and have a companion pass.  We and other SW frequent fliers are disgusted with this abuse.

 

Please set policies and follow them.  And no, I don’t want a huge dog sitting next to me, which almost happened on our last flight.

 

SW is so awesome, just tighten this up to prevent blatant abuse.  Please!

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

CupCrusher40
Active Member

how much money is frontier's click a seat map?

Re: Pre-Boarding Abuse & Seat Savings

blsinmd
Active Member

I so agree, I've seen the same exact thing, many times.  

 

I do wonder how other airlines handle pre-boarders that have assigned seating? They probablt don't have as many, guarantee you.  I seriously doubt they are going to make someone in first class give there seat up. 

 

I needs to be addressed and protocols changed.