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Airlines decisions to eliminate their frequent-flyer program

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During the 1990s, several airlines were on the brink of bankruptcy. These same airlines were giving away millions of dollars in free airline travel through their frequent-flyer programs. Do you think it would have been a good idea for these airlines to eliminate their frequent-flyer programs in order to earn higher profits?

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It would not be a good idea for these airlines to eliminate their frequent-flyer programs as this would take away the loyalty that their frequent-flyer ...

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During the 1990s, several airlines were on the brink of bankruptcy. These same airlines were giving away millions of dollars in free airline travel through their frequent-flyer programs. Do you think it would have been a good idea for these airlines to eliminate their frequent-flyer programs in order to earn higher profits?

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