Southwest Boarding

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  1. NJ Goofy

    NJ Goofy DVC Member - SSR & BWV

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    Just checked in at the 24 hr mark. We got boarding passes B-13 thru B-16. I guess EBCI passengers are getting the A passes.

    With those numbers, will we be able to get four seats across (3 & 1 across the aisle) ??
     
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  3. disneyfan2

    disneyfan2 <font color=red>Dreaming about a Mouse<br><font co

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    I think you willl definetly be able to. I had b30's for one trip and we had seats together which was further back but that doesn't bother me at all as long as we could sit together. So i don't think you have to worry... ;)
    Have a great trip
     
  4. NJ Goofy

    NJ Goofy DVC Member - SSR & BWV

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    Thanks.

    I thought I would be OK and I don't mind sitting further back either. I guess I was just shocked I didn't get an A Boarding pass.
     
  5. disneyfaninaz

    disneyfaninaz It takes faith, trust & pixie dust!

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    Depending on when your flight is, you may have a lot of connecting passengers on your flight where people have received their boarding passes before your 24 hour mark.
     
  6. PatsMom

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    Even if you have trouble with the four across, you should be able to find two sets of two together.
     
  7. CWO4DVC

    CWO4DVC Mouseketeer

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    Aircraft holds about 125 people. I am sure you will not have any troubles.
     
  8. DISNEYNY

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    How many numbers are given out in the A group? :goodvibes
     
  9. Lewisc

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    A lot of As probably went to connecting passengers.

    You don't know how many continuing passengers will already be on the plane. You don't know how many families will be taking advantage of family mid-boarding.

    I agree with the PP, under normal circumstances you should at least be able to get two pairs of seats.
     
  10. disneyfaninaz

    disneyfaninaz It takes faith, trust & pixie dust!

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    Boarding passes are A1-A60, B1-B-60 and the rest are C's.
     

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