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Cruise Line Interline Eligibility Requirements

Notes:

  • Employees of charter flight companies do not qualify with any supplier.
  • Widows and widowers of deceased airline employees/retirees do not qualify for interline rates with any supplier (unless they have an official ID card in their own name).

INDIVIDUAL CRUISE LINE ELIGIBILITY RULES:

AMA WATERWAYS

  • Active and retired airline employees, and companions sharing the same cabin.
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AZAMARA

  • Active airline/courier/crs employees and their spouses/registered partners are eligible for two cabins per ID
  • Employee’s parents qualify on their own (but not parents-in-law)
  • Retired employees of CURRENT (not defunct) airlines/military qualify on their own (their widows/widowers do not qualify)
  • A second cabin can be booked for friends/family as long as the active employee or their spouse/registered partner is traveling
  • Retired employees do not qualify for a second cabin
  • A third cabin can only be booked if the active employee is in one room, their guests (friends/family) are in the second, and their parents are in the third
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BARGING THROUGH FRANCE

Active airline employees of passenger and cargo carriers, spouse, dependent children, parents, parents-in-law, retirees and friends sharing accommodations – one friends & family cabin allowed when traveling with employee; 2 cabins total maximum. Also eligible:

  • IATA
  • Air Traffic Controllers
  • Customs & Immigrations
  • Cruise Line employees
  • ABTA, ATOL, IATA, TTA, BITOA
  • Bonded Travel Agents
  • Tour Operators
  • GDS
  • Hotel companies
  • Tourist Boards
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CARNIVAL

Current Full Time Employees of:

  • Passenger airlines
  • Cargo Companies - FedEx, UPS, DHL, Airborne (retirees not eligible)
  • NACTA (National Air Traffic Controllers) - *Please Note: This does not include Canadian Air Traffic Controllers (NAVCAN) or those from any other country.
  • FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)
  • ALPA (Airline Pilot’s Association)
  • IATA
  • (CRS) employees of Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo, Travelport or Amadeus
  • Amtrak
  • Cruise line employees (Carnival Cruise Lines employees are NOT Eligible)

ADDITIONAL STATEROOM ELIGIBILITY: AS LONG AS QUALIFIED PRIMARY INTERLINE EMPLOYEE OCCUPIES ONE STATEROOM THE FOLLOWING WOULD APPLY:

  • Guests sharing the stateroom with the Primary Interline employee are eligible for the interline rate
  • A Second stateroom may be booked at the interline rate, as long as the stateroom is occupied by an eligible family member (see below for definition)
  • OR
  • A Second stateroom may be booked at the Carnival Friends & Family Interline Rate - for passengers who are non-eligible family members/friends
  • A Third stateroom may be booked ONLY at the Carnival Friends & Family Interline Rate

ELIGIBLE FAMILY MEMBERS:

  • Spouse
  • Parent of Employee *Note: PARENTS IN LAW ARE NOT ELIGIBLE
  • Dependent children 21yrs old and younger
  • Interline benefits cease with the death of the employee. Surviving spouses, or immediate family receive no interline benefits

PLEASE NOTE: ELIGIBLE FAMILY MEMBERS NOT TRAVELING WITH THE PRIMARY INTERLINE EMPLOYEE ARE PERMITTED TO BOOK ONE CABIN PER CRUISE DEPARTURE, PER FAMILY.

RETIRED INTERLINE EMPLOYEES:

  • Permitted to book ONE stateroom and RETIRED EMPLOYEE MUST TRAVEL to book interline rate
  • Retirees do not qualify for the Carnival Friends & Family Interline Rate and are therefore not eligible to book any additional staterooms
  • Retired employees of non-existing (defunct) airlines do NOT qualify for the interline rate


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CELEBRITY

  • Active airline/courier/crs employees and their spouses/registered partners are eligible for two cabins per ID
  • Employee’s parents qualify on their own (but not parents-in-law)
  • Retired employees of CURRENT (not defunct) airlines/military qualify on their own (their widows/widowers do not qualify)
  • A second cabin can be booked for friends/family as long as the active employee or their spouse/registered partner is traveling
  • Retired employees do not qualify for a second cabin
  • A third cabin can only be booked if the active employee is in one room, their guests (friends/family) are in the second, and their parents are in the third
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COSTA

Full time employees of:

  • Passenger Airlines
  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • United Parcel Service
  • Amtrak
  • International Air Transport Association (IATA)
  • Airline Pilot's Association (ALPA)
  • Cruise Line employees

Immediate family members of active employees are defined as: - Spouse, Dependant Children 21 years of age or younger, Parents and Parents in Law (If not traveling with the interliner, a letter confirming the interliners employment and the names of the parents and/or parents in law is required).

Eligible immediate family members may only book ONE cabin if the employee is NOT traveling. Retired employees of existing airlines or defunct airlines may book ONE cabin and the retired employee must be traveling in this cabin.

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CRYSTAL

  • Employees of active domestic or international commercial carrier
  • Active Pilots of domestic or international cargo airline eg. Fedex, DHL, Astar Air Cargo, UPS
  • Retired airline employees and retired cargo airline pilots of active airline, provided the airline is still in operation (e.g. retired employees of Eastern Airlines do not qualify)
  • One cabin may be booked per qualified interliner. A second cabin may be booked for children 18 years and older, parents and parents-in-law when traveling with qualified airline employee
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CUNARD

  • Employees of Commercial Passenger and Cargo Airlines
  • Spouse of Airline employee
  • Dependant children of Airline employee
  • Parents or Parents in Law of Airline employee
  • Retired airline personel and their spouses
  • Friends are eligible when sharing a cabin with an eligible interline person
  • Military are NOT eligible for interline rates
  • Sabre and Apollo employees are NOT eligible
  • Air Traffic Controllers are NOT Eligible
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DISNEY

  • An active employee of scheduled passenger airline only
  • Retirees of scheduled passenger airlines only
  • Two (2) rooms or staterooms per booking for eligible airline employee (active or retired)
  • Airline employee MUST be a member of the traveling party

Employees of cargo or overnight freight airlines (FedEx, UPS, etc.), spouse, and parents of an airline employee traveling without the employee, and FAA employees are NOT eligible. Airline employee may be required to show proper employee identification at the port of embarkation.

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HOLLAND AMERICA

  • Who’s eligible for Interline rates?
    Interline employee, defined as active and retired employees of IATA/ARC appointed international, regional, courier, & cargo airlines (including retirees of defunct airlines) or air traffic controllers. Anyone residing outside of North America is NOT eligible for interline rates with Holland America.
  • Can parents and or select family members travel without the eligible Interline employee?
    Yes. Eligible members defined as spouses, parents, parents in law and dependent children are approved for one cabin at the Interline rate when traveling without the employee.
  • Interline eligible employees may book more than one stateroom, providing that at least one guest in the additional stateroom(s) is/are an eligible family member.
  • If there is a combination of friends and family members traveling together in the staterooms, it is not necessary for the Interline guests to be split up so that one Interline eligible guest is in each the stateroom. As long as there are enough qualified employee/eligible family members to match the number of staterooms booked; out of convenience to our guests/travel professionals; we will allow bookings to be made the way the guests will actually occupy the staterooms.
  • Eligible family members are approved for ONE stateroom at the Interline rate when traveling without the Interline employee.
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MSC

The following people qualify for interline rates with MSC:

  • Commercial Airline Employees
  • GDS Employees (Amadeus, Sabre, Worldspan,etc)
  • UPS, FedEx, DHL
  • Spouses
  • Dependent Children
  • Retired airline employees
  • Retired airline employees from defunct airlines
  • Parents
  • Parents in Law
  • Military & Retired Military with Military ID (immediate family only)
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NORWEGIAN

Passengers Eligible to Travel on NCL's Interline Program:

  • Airline employees
  • Spouses of airline employees
  • Dependent children of airline employees
  • Parents of airline employees
  • Retired airline employees
  • Parents-in-law of airline employees

Interline rates apply to members of the airline community listed above and apply to only one cabin per eligible passenger. Additional cabins may be allowed, but only by special request. In such cases, please contact your personal KVI Travel Professional or contact our head office at 1-888-768-6777 / [email protected]

ELIGIBILITY CLARIFICATION:

  • Military (US & Canadian) qualify the same as airline employees
  • 2 cabins are allowed if the actual employee/retiree is traveling and the second cabin contains an eligible person is in the second cabin, otherwise 1 cabin only (except as noted above by special request)
  • Exception: 2 cabins are allowed if four passengers want to travel but no quads are available
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OCEANIA

  • Active airline employees and their spouse, dependent children and parents
  • Retired airline employees (including those retired from now-defunct airlines)
  • Friends/companions sharing stateroom accommodations with active or retired airline employees
  • Employees of Cargo Carriers (e.g. FedEx), National Air Traffic Controller's Association, National Pilots Association

If a qualified Interline Employee is traveling, they can bring friends along as well for the same interline price in a separate stateroom, but only on new reservations booked inside of 90 days of sailing. Must be traveling with a qualified Interline employee. Cannot cancel and rebook an existing reservation to get the interline rate. All other Interline terms and conditions apply.

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PAUL GAUGUIN

  • Active airline employees (Scheduled and Cargo)
  • Spouses of active employees
  • Dependent children of Interline personnel
  • Parents of Interline personnel
  • Retired Interline personnel
  • In-Laws of Interline personnel

The Interline Program rates apply to members of the active/retired Interline community as listed above and apply to only 1 cabin per Eligible passenger, except that the Interline personnel traveling with a spouse and dependent children may request an addtional cabin which will be confirmed at Paul Gauguin Cruises sole discretion.

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PRINCESS

  • Employees of Commercial Passenger and Cargo Airlines
  • Spouse of Airline employee
  • Dependant children of Airline employee
  • Parents or Parents in Law of Airline employee
  • Retired airline personel and their spouses
  • In-Laws of Interline personnel
  • Friends are eligible when sharing a cabin with an eligible interline person
  • Military are NOT eligible for interline rates
  • Sabre and Apollo employees are NOT eligible
  • Air Traffic Controllers are NOT Eligible

Princess interline bookings made for anyone residing outside of North America may not be booked online and are subject to additional surcharges.

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REGENT SEVEN SEAS

  • Active airline employees (Scheduled and Cargo)
  • Spouse of employee
  • Dependant children of employee
  • Retired airline employees
  • Parents of employee
  • Parents-in-law of employees
  • Friends sharing accommodations with said employees
  • Active and Retired Military

Only one cabin per interliner, except that interline personnel traveling with a spouse and dependent children may request an additional stateroom that will be confirmed at Regent’s sole discretion.

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ROYAL CARIBBEAN

  • Active airline/courier/crs employees and their spouses/registered partners are eligible for two cabins per ID
  • Employee’s parents qualify on their own (but not parents-in-law)
  • Retired employees of CURRENT (not defunct) airlines/military qualify on their own (their widows/widowers do not qualify)
  • A second cabin can be booked for friends/family as long as the active employee or their spouse/registered partner is traveling
  • Retired employees do not qualify for a second cabin
  • A third cabin can only be booked if the active employee is in one room, their guests (friends/family) are in the second, and their parents are in the third
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SEABOURN

  • Present-Active Airline Employees
  • Present-Active Pilots of Cargo Carriers
  • Spouse or friends traveling in the same cabin as Present-Active Airline Employee
  • Spouse of Present-Active Airline Employee traveling independently of Present-Active Airline Employee
  • Dependent children traveling and sharing a cabin with Present-Active Airline Employee (There is no age limit for dependent children)
  • Retired Airline Employees and Retired Pilots of Cargo Carriers
  • Retired Airline Employees of Defunct Airlines
  • Parents of Present-Active Airline Employees
  • Parent’s In-laws of Present-Active Airline Employees

Eligibility is limited to one cabin per interline ID. Seabourn does NOT allow for the splitting of cabins. If both the employee and spouse are traveling they must share the same cabin.

EXCEPTION TO ABOVE RULE: If you have a family of four (4) traveling and there are no quad cabins available, you may request 2 cabins. Permission is at the sole discretion of the Cruise Line.

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SEADREAM YACHT CLUB

  • Active and Retired Airline employees
  • Each airline employee, with proper airline identification is allowed one guest in their stateroom at the same rate
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SILVERSEA

Eligibile: all IATA/ARC airline employees, their spouses, dependent children, the parents of the airline employee and retired personnel. Parents may travel independently from the employee and receive the interline discount. A non-airline companion may share a suite with any eligible person and receive the interline discount. Cruise line employees are also eligible.

An Interline guest can book two suites on the same sailing with one payment source. The payment must come from the Interline guest for the second suite.

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STAR CLIPPERS

  • Airline employees
  • Spouse of employee
  • Dependant children of employee
  • Parents of employee
  • Retired employees & their spouses
  • Friends are eligible when sharing a cabin with an eligible interline person
  • Employee need not travel with an eligible family member
  • Interline rates are only offered to passnegers with a primary residence in North America
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UNIWORLD RIVER CRUISES

  • Active Airline employees & guest in same room
  • The following immediate family members of the active airline employee are eligible for the interline rate in a second cabin, but must be traveling with the airline employee
  • Parents of the active airline employee
  • Dependant children of the active airline employee
  • Retired Airline employees
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VIKING RIVER CRUISES

  • Airline employees
  • CRS Providers (Amadeus, SABRE, etc.)
  • Air Express providers (FedEx, UPS, etc.)
  • Members of immediate family of the above (Spouse, dependant children)
  • Parents of the above, including In-Laws
  • Retired employees of the above
  • Proof of employment must be provided with payment
  • One eligible interline adult must occupy each cabin booked
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WINDSTAR

  • Airline Employees, spouse, Parent, Parents-in-law, retirees, and retiree’s spouse of existing IATA/ARC appointed international, regional commuter, or cargo airlines
  • One additional cabin available for Friends & Family; total of two (2) cabins per sailing
  • Employee’s/Retiree’s spouse, parents & parents in law may travel without the Employee/Retiree
  • Military are also eligible
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