24 hours SW

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by pixidustmom, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. pixidustmom

    pixidustmom Dreaming of the World

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    So when I go to do the boarding passes at the 24 hour mark will I need to do it on eastern time or in my time zone pacific? It's just my DH and I traveling with our lap grandson.
    Also I am under a temporary handicap and will have my papers, when do they board? Is my DH allowed to board with me?
     
  2. Fire14

    Fire14 Spartan Living in land of Buckeyes.

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    I'd think it's whatever time zone your flight is booked under. I know mine is EST but my flight time is also. Handicapped board first but be sure and get blue sleeve from desk agent. Also i'm sure DH can board with you but not sure if any other adults could.
     
  3. bookwormde

    bookwormde <font color=darkorchid>Heading out now, another ad

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    It is 24 hours from when your flight leaves, if you are in the same time zone as your airport just use the same time the day before.

    If you are doing a disability preboard you will need to get a “blue card” from one of the SW customer service counters in the concourse. You will board 1st and there should not be a problem with your immediate family boarding with you.

    bookwormde
     
  4. DisneyWalker44

    DisneyWalker44 DIS Veteran

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    Ignoring time zones, you can log in 24-hour before the plane leaves. So for a flight leaving Vegas, use Pacific Time. For a flight leaving Orlando, use Eastern.
     

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