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November 18, 2015

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American AAdvantage frequent flier changes reward buying over flying
Chicago Tribune
“It’s dangerous to say any passenger doesn’t matter,” said Jay Sorensen, president of IdeaWorksCompany, an airline consulting firm headquartered in Wisconsin. “I’m just not certain the programs necessarily know who they’re built for anymore because, just as cash has corrupted Washington, it perhaps has corrupted the purity of frequent flier programs’ original intent.”

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