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What is an interliner cruise?

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An interliner cruise is a travel privilege given to an active airline employee, a retired airline employee and others. Eligibility of the employee varies with different suppliers. Eligible passengers normally include the employee's spouse, children below 21 years-old and the employee's parents.

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Interliner cruise suppliers can alter the rates without notice. For verification purposes, the employee must submit a clear copy of an ID plus a letter verifying employment that should state the employee's name, number or any other information that the supplier requests. Should there be any eligible relatives; the employee is required to indicate their relationship clearly. The employee's supervisor is required to sign this form and include his telephone number.

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