Airlines. Old Dogs. New Tricks?

Airlines. Old Dogs. New Tricks?

Southwest and JetBlue may have forced the Big Six US airlines (American, Continental, Delta, Northwest, United and US Airways) to radically change their ways. Delta is announcing low pricing policy...

Guy Brighton
  • 3 january 2005

Southwest and JetBlue may have forced the Big Six US airlines (American, Continental, Delta, Northwest, United and US Airways) to radically change their ways. Delta is announcing low pricing policy nationwide, removing irritating ticketing rules like required Saturday-night stays, halving ticket-change fees to $50 from $100 and slashing fares on everything from first class to last-minute tickets, the Time Magazine reports.

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