Yes, for the foreseeable future you can still use your old numeric MP#, but it takes longer as they system has to look up and recite your new alphanumeric MP# back to you. As much as i liked my UA number (with all the leading 0's showing how long I had it), this is indeed not even on my radar versus other post merger issues.I still use my REAL MP number every time I log onto the website AND - I needed it earlier in the month when I flew with Air China as their system did not recognize the CO number - SO the truth is - they could have let people have the number THEY wanted - but CO/OP wanted to assert its dominance in this merger ONE MORE TIME! It could be worse, your number could start with USxxxxxx like mine does.
Do you know if there is any way to find out what planes were being used by what airlines on specific flights two decades ago?
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Faced with this situation, customers travelling on these dates to or from Barcelona or Madrid on flights operated by Iberia, Iberia Express and Iberia Regional Air Nostrum, with a ticket purchased directly through our websites or Serviberia by 21st August who wish to move their departure away from the days of the strike, may rebook to an alternative date between 26th August and 10th September, 2019.
Due to the strike that is to be held by British Airways pilots on 9, 10 and 27 September, customers with a ticket purchased directly through our websites or Serviberia by 24th August to flight by British Aiways to or from London (Gatwick and Heathrow) and travelling between 8 to 13 September inclusive and between 26 to 28 September inclusive, may rebook onto any alternative Iberia operated flight on the same routing, any date before or after the original up to 355 days ahead.