As you can see above, there are two categories of expert flyers for United`s interconnection agreement: the e-tickets they can issue and the paper/baggage tickets they can check. You may have noticed that sites like Orbitz, Expedia, etc. You can sell tickets that will take you to two different airlines. If that first airline is United, then they must have an Interline agreement with the second airline to complete the process. You have interconnection agreements with most older people who seem and so can check your bag up to them. It is interesting to note that American has a very limited interline agreement when it comes to separate notes. You`ll only check the bags to the American partners, American Eagle and One World. Only SQ employees at Sub airport can answer you with 100% clarity. I understand – yes, they can do that, because the two airlines have allied themselves and are part of the same alliance. I`ve always wondered how it worked, and I played with experts when I came across United`s interconnection agreement that looks like this: United has one of the most generous interline agreements I wouldn`t want to bother – you`re going to have local HQ, and from my experience, their understanding of what airport ground staff can and will do is limited. I was often told by airline staff (of different airlines) that they could not check, or that they could not do X Y or Z and that they had come to the airport to be told by the ground staff: “Definitely, sir, no problem.” You should be able, both airlines are part of the Alliance of Stars.

Probably too late to help ExplorerWannabe, but if someone else tries to interliner bags between United and Silk Air: Well, technically, Silk is not a Star Alliance company, but you can buy tickets from the Singapore Air website (same price), give it a flight number SQ, and for that Star Alliance and for interline. I would still stop by Transfer Desk to check, but only after a few hours of sleep at the Transit Hotel. As the T3 office won`t be open if the UA flight arrives anyway, you shouldn`t even bother to try. If your booking is made separately, you do not have to check your luggage. There have been reports of SQ passengers refused, so don`t get your expectations up, Simply, an interline agreement allows a passenger to get a destination with different airlines, planes, and have hold baggage on the last baggage order when they land. In this way, airlines can issue a single ticket on different airlines. It is also how airlines can issue you a ticket in case of delay or cancellation with another airline: the one with which they have an Interline agreement. Delta claims to have reached an interline agreement pro.delta.com/content/agency/us/en/p…

Unlike One World, Star Alliance has not sent a policy round with the words “Separate Tickets – no check through”, so they should use the Interline agreements to review you. I know That United does not have an Interline agreement with Garuda or Silk Air (the only other airline I can find in PKU), so I wonder how difficult this transfer could be, especially during the 5 or 9 hours I have between flights. Right now I`m on the 11:30 flight to the PKU so I can have some rest, I`d love some comments and advice from everyone who has established a similar connection. If you receive KVS tools, you can comply if the SQ agrees with this Interline statement. Unlike most airports, if you are traveling with full service airlines, then the airport will fix this for you in most cases. Airlines can sign up for the Changi flight transfer service and most, if not all, full-service airlines. This means that if you are on a full-service flight from the airline, you can go to an air pick-up desk in the right terminal and present your baggage tickets. The office gives you your boarding pass and sorts the transfer of luggage. After the do