Calling Travelsheryl..........

Beverly Lynn

comfortably numb
Oct 17, 1999
I know that we have basically agreed to disagree but I have a question for you.

Have you tried this new digital city? I was curious to see what you think of it.

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I was curious and followed your link, although the presentation was easy to follow the hotel and flight reservation/information is a direct link to travelocity, just a different way to present the same information already around.
BTW Do you now of a website that tells you the number of seats available in a given class? Easy Sabre used to provide this but I must of been one of the few users. I thought American Express provided this but I can't seem to access it.
lewisc, if you go to*itn/ord=NEWREC,itn/pl/amex_personal and register in the Expert (or maybe it's called Advanced; can't remember) mode, you will be able to see how many seats are available in each fare class. The numbers are not actual, as the airlines only allow a maximum number to appear in each class. On some airlines that maximum is 7 and on others it's 9. So if you see Q9 on CO, for example, that means 9 or more. However, if you see Q5, for example, that's actual.
What you Travel experts think as well.

Travelsheryl - why didnt you answer beverly lynns question, will you answer it for me?


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