OnePass members flying in Continental Airlines` (NYSE: CAL) award-winning international BusinessFirst cabin this summer are eligible to earn a free electronic ticket for economy class travel worldwide.
Qualifying travel includes round-trip BusinessFirst flights in the “J” class of service, flown between July 14, 2003 and Sept. 14, 2003, to any destination in Europe, the Middle East, Tokyo, Hong Kong or Brazil.
Free tickets may be redeemed for travel between Sept. 15, 2003 and March 31, 2004 in economy class anywhere in Continental`s system. Additional qualifying trips in BusinessFirst earn additional certificates for free travel. Free tickets are fully transferable and are subject to capacity controls and OnePass blackout dates.
To qualify for a free ticket, customers must reside in the U.S. or Canada, be a member of Continental`s OnePass frequent flyer program, and register for the offer at continental.com. Instant enrollment in OnePass can also be completed online at continental.com. A valid e-mail address is required to receive the free ticket. The customer is responsible for all taxes and fees including the Sept. 11 Security Fee of up to $10 maximum per roundtrip, Passenger Facility Charges of up to $18 and a $3 per flight segment tax. A flight segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing. International taxes of up to $86 for travel to Canada are not included. Additional restrictions may apply; complete details of the offer are available at continental.com.
Continental`s BusinessFirst service is available on all 777, 767 and certain 757 aircraft. BusinessFirst features newly re-engineered sleeper seats, extensive gourmet menu selections created by Continental`s Congress of Chefs, premium wines and champagne, and International Concierge Service that provides individualized pre- and post- flight services for BusinessFirst customers at more than 20 key international airports. Customers traveling in BusinessFirst may also access any of Continental`s 27 President Clubs and more than 50 affiliated airline lounges worldwide. In April, BusinessFirst was named “Best Executive/Business Class” at the “OAG Airline of the Year Awards 2003.”