The slow demise of the frequent flyer program

The slow demise of the frequent flyer program

The slow demise of the frequent flyer program

It’s a sad day for anyone who’s ever known the joy of carefully hoarding frequent flyer miles. United Airlines announced that beginning March 1, 2015, members of the company’s MileagePlus program will earn award miles based on the price of their ticket, rather than how far they are traveling.




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