Great Lakes Implements Activates Reservations System

Great Lakes Aviation has activated its own reservations and inventory hosting site.
Beginning February 1, 2002, for itineraries involving travel only between points served by Great Lakes, flights will carry the ZK code and fares are published under the ZK or Great Lakes Airlines marketing identity. These local fares may also be combined with published fares of other airlines to create travel itineraries using the sum of two local fares.

For passenger trips involving connecting flights with United Airlines, flights and fares will continue to be published with the UA identity under the terms of a code-share agreement between Great Lakes and United Airlines. Under a similar code-share agreement with Frontier Airlines, passenger trips that include connecting flights with Frontier are published with the F9 code on flights and through fares.

Great Lakes Airlines` new call center is located at its Cheyenne, Wyoming headquarters. The new reservations system is called WINGS I-NET and is supported by the Radixx Solutions International in Orlando, Florida. The system is currently in use by a number of U.S. domestic as well as several international airlines.