CHANGES TO UNITED / CONTINENTAL PASS TRAVEL PROGRAM


Please be advised, beginning March 3, 2012; the following changes will take place to the United / Continental Pass Travel Program. Instead of boarding as SA4P on Continental and 8C on United, all ExpressJet Crew Members will board at boarding priority F ( Priority other airline (alliances) employees, retirees, and eligible pass riders ).

ExpressJet Crew Members will board after mainline employees, their eligible pass riders, and retirees, but before buddy passes.

Here is a breakdown of the new pass travel program:

UNITED / CONTINENTAL JOINT PASS TRAVEL PROGRAM – EFFECTIVE MARCH 3, 2012

A. Travel using a vacation pass by:

• Employees, retirees and their eligible accompanied pass riders

• Unaccompanied spouse/domestic partner* of an employee or retiree, and their accompanied eligible pass riders

In addition, up to two regular buddy pass riders and unlimited extended family buddy pass riders can travel at Boarding Priority A when accompanied by an employee or spouse/domestic partner using a vacation pass.

B. Travel by the following pass riders when not using a vacation pass:

• Employees and their accompanied eligible pass riders

• Employees’ unaccompanied spouses/ domestic partners* and their accompa- nied eligible pass riders

In addition, up to two regular buddy pass riders and unlimited extended family buddy pass riders can travel at Boarding Priority B when accompanied by an employee or their spouse/domestic partner* using a personal pass.

C. Travel by the following pass riders when not using a vacation pass:

• Retirees and their accompanied eligible pass riders

• Retirees’ unaccompanied spouses/ domestic partners* and their accompanied eligible pass riders

D. Employees’ or retirees’ unaccompanied eligible pass riders who are traveling on a vacation pass, excluding spouses/domestic partners*

Employees traveling with three or more regular buddy pass riders on a personal or vacation pass

E. Employees’ and retirees’ unaccompanied eligible pass riders (including enrolled friends) traveling on a personal pass

Employees’ adult children who are traveling unaccompanied on an extended family buddy pass

F. Continental subsidiary early-out program eligible pass riders and eligible pass riders who are participants in the 2011 (and beyond) United early-out program

Priority other airline (alliances) employees, retirees and their eligible pass riders

G. Extended family buddy pass riders (other than employees’ adult children) traveling unaccompanied

H. Regularbuddypassriderstraveling unaccompanied

I. Non-priority other airline (non-alliance) em- ployees, retirees and their eligible pass riders

J. Employees who elect to stand by for service-charge- waived pass travel, system-wide in any class of service, rather than paying service charges to travel at a higher boarding priority

We anticipate ExpressJet Management to release more detailed information regarding travel options for ExpressJet Crew Members soon.

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