ID-90's or ZED Fares?

Bandit_Driver

Gold Member
Anyone now how to set these up or who to call? and no, I don't have a travel or interline department to call. I heard ASTAR and a few other freight companies had them.
 

MOONWOLF

Well-Known Member
Usually you can buy them at a ticket counter, assuming you work for a 121 airline. If its cargo I have no idea.
 

Bandit_Driver

Gold Member
Yeah, that's the problem being all cargo we have no ticket counter so something needs to be setup. I know ASTAR had them but the guy I talked to had no idea how they got setup.
 

Springer

Well-Known Member
Many airlines are going to Electronic ZED fares. I have used them on Air France and KLM. It's great because you don't need a bunch of tickets before going to Europe and all booking/listing/payments can be done on a computer or iPad at the last minute. The fare is paid by credit card and if you don't use it, it takes just a couple days to get your CC credited. The flexibility is incredible now.

My airline has a link to the E-ZED through our travel page. Unfortunately you have to be an employee or retiree of our airline to get to the link. I think all airlines will eventually go this route.
 

ChasenSFO

hen teaser
I'll tell you if its between an ID90 or a ZED fare, ZED fares are much cheaper and the way to go 99.999% of the time. Just a tip. Not the tip. No homo.

As far as where to get them, most airlines have electronic agreements set up with some carriers you can buy thru a link on your travel site, or zed fares you can order from HQD and get in the mail also via the travel site.
 

Bandit_Driver

Gold Member
I guess with ID'90 i'm showing my age lol....Yes, I agree ZED's are probably the better way to go. I am trying figure out where to get started since we don't have a travel department or ticket counter being a freight company...
 
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