Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Ask to get to gate to assist certain passengers

Meeting someone at the airport this holiday season? AAA Nevada offers (among others) this relevant tip:
"If you are meeting a child, disabled (person) or elderly passenger, you may be able to go to the gate, but you will have to go to the airline's check-in counter to get permission first." (Photo by Peter Dell via morguefile.com)


At 11:34 AM, Blogger Penny L. Richards said...

You can also accompany a minor or any other ticketed passenger who needs assistance TO the gate. Same procedure, you go to the check-in counter and explain the situation (and get the passenger checked in, of course); they usually give you some kind of blank boarding pass marked "escort" to show the security folks; and as always, don't forget to bring a photo ID, just in case.

At 2:43 PM, Blogger darrenh said...

Thanks for the additional advice, Penny.

At 3:17 AM, Blogger Kevin said...



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