You may have noticed that some airlines have average ZED fares and other low ZED fares. The amount of the employee discount must be agreed by both airlines. And some don`t allow parents and others don`t. In addition, there are some airlines with which we have interline revenue agreements that refuse to allow non-profit interline income agreements under the agreement. Singapore Airlines, for example, is one of them. What for? Partly because the ZED agreement is much more generous than its own travel benefits for employees. Air New Zealand only allows, for the same reason, the more expensive high ZED fare. Other state-owned airlines, such as Air China, Vietnam Airlines, etc., often do not allow non-income interline agreements, since their own employees are government employees. That is indeed a good question. I would say it will vary by airline. I think this is usually because of the relationship that each airline has with the host airline in relation to your check-in time. So if it`s a Star Alliance airline, other Star Alliance airlines would be the first and within that kind of priority.

As part of the ZED Multilateral Interline Forum (MIBA), more than 175 global airlines offer discounted fares under a multilateral agreement. Participating airlines may offer low, medium or high fares on an available or positive spatial basis. You can also offer ZED travel in economy or premium class. Below you will find the rules of the top 10 global airlines via the FLYZED website. A ZED fare is a special fare/agreement between airlines to allow employees to travel on an available space basis. Thank you very much for your question. This is a question for your airline`s passport office. As a general rule, only members registered on your profile are entitled to the ZED agreement.

Zonal Employee Discount (ZED) is a multilateral agreement for reduced personal travel by airline staff and other travellers. Airlines may bilaterally agree to apply one of the three fare categories (low, medium, high), the “Space-available/Subload” status and/or the positive status “Space/Firm Reservation”, as well as the authorisation to travel in economy and/or business class cabins. There are no interline agreements that exclude retirees. All ZED agreements treat active and retired staff in the same way. Usually, yes. However, the rules vary depending on the airlines you want to travel, so ask your child to tell you which airlines their airline has a ZED agreement for parents with. ZED is half of a larger organization known as the ZED/MIBA forum. The forum consists of more than 175 member airlines from all parts of the world participating in the ZED and/or MIBA (Multilateral Business Agreement) programmes. The zed and MIBA conditions may be applied to travel with and through other airlines, as bilaterally agreed, or by the airline`s own staff members travelling on their own flights. First, if there is an airline with which United wants to enter into an interline revenue agreement (for paying customers), they start negotiating.

A Revenue Interline agreement allows United and the other airline to sell the other airline`s tickets and connect passengers and luggage to the other`s flights. This is very different from an alliance agreement or a code-sharing agreement. For example, we have a Revenue Interline agreement with Southwest that allows us, for example, to transfer a customer`s baggage from a connecting United flight to Southwest. One question I get from time to time is why we can`t get interline agreements with some airlines? The process of getting a line-spacing agreement is quite simple. .