Frequent Flyer Fiasco

Greenberg, Peter
August 2005
Travel Agent;8/22/2005, Vol. 322 Issue 5, p48
Trade Publication
Comments on Delta Air Lines' filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Financial aspects of the airline's frequent flyer programs; Amount of company's losses in 2001; Advice for the company to look at its strategic partners when trying to figure out a redemption strategy.


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