To help you prepare your next non-rev trip, we have collected decades of staff travel experience from the StaffTraveler community. Here's a collection of the most insightful articles on non-rev travel.
The number 1 benefit of working for an airline is non-rev travel, or as we call it: staff travel. There are a few things that you should know though...
You could think of many excuses not to travel, but here are the 10 best reasons to go on that quick non-rev getaway!
Being a StaffTraveler has many advantages. Having access to accurate and up-to-date flight loads is one of them, but there's more!
Basically, non-rev, ID90, ZED and Interline travel all mean the same: staff travel. There are some differences though...
As non-rev experts, we like to share everything you need to know about non-rev travel.
Traveling with children can be hard work. Add standby travel to that equation, and you can have a recipe for disaster. Here are some top tips for traveling non-rev with young children.
As somewhat of a non-rev guru, I often get asked by colleagues and friends if I don’t find non-rev travel stressful? My answer is always no. Just follow my ten simple rules to non-rev travel.
Are leggings appropriate for pass riders? Josh tells you what to wear and what not to wear when non-rev'ing.
Flying standby can be stressful. With proper planning and a pinch of luck, you'll be sleeping under the stars in your dream destination instead of the lights of the airport terminal.