08-12-2017 04:59 PMSaunderslaura13
I know it's a Southwest mystery about boarding positions but I just have to ask. I just checked in (I typically do even though I am A List Preferred and request my boarding pass be texted). I booked travel for myself, daughter, grandson and my husband who is my Companion and is an A List status. How is it that I have position B 45 as A List Preferred and my Companion is A 16 and other family A 20 and 21? PLEASE explain. I know I can board after A and before B but this is crazy and what is the benefit of A List Preferred?
08-12-2017 06:41 PMchgoflyer
See the other threads -- there's currently a "glitch" that is making A-Listers not be checked in automatically or be assigned their positions. Until it's resolved, you can:
-- Board after the A group, per policy, if your boarding pass says A-List on it or you show your A-List card. (Many don't as a result of this glitch.)
-- Purchase Upgraded Boarding, and then request a refund of the fee following travel.
08-13-2017 10:59 AMrobinkneer
yep I have spent $60 so far upgrading my boarding priority back to about where it should have been. I contacted Southwest and the didn't feel this was a significant issue. They said "just board and the end of the A group" How is this fair to us loyal frequient flyers?
08-14-2017 10:27 AMSaunderslaura13
This is sad. One of the outstanding things about this airline has been the customer service and I have experienced the same lack of concern about this issue. I will have flown 3 times this week already and what may be small to some is not small for those who specifically choose this airline for our travel because of the rewards for loyalty. I am in the customer service industry as well and it's been disappointing as far as the response or lack of. Do we know when there will be a resolution? Simply stating you can board after A is not the answer I am looking for.
08-14-2017 03:40 PMchgoflyer
The correct thing to do would be to board A-Listers after Business Select. They're not doing that of course -- it's not often Southwest does the right thing these days -- even when it's as simple as something like this.
08-14-2017 08:48 PM - edited 08-15-2017 12:58 AMSTL_Rxer
Check your email to see the pathetic excuse of an explanation and "apology". Southwest Airlines - YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF.