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2011-05-04 11:13:00

SEATTLE, May 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Alaska Airlines has launched a "Join. Fly. Fly Free." promotion, enabling travelers from Northern California who sign up for the carrier's Mileage Plan to earn up to 25,000 bonus miles toward free tickets for their travel between now and Oct. 1, 2011. Northern California residents who join Alaska's award-winning frequent flier program and fly Alaska Airlines roundtrip, nonstop between Northern California and Hawaii receive 25,000 bonus miles, enough...

2011-01-12 11:01:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ezRez Software, Inc. today announced a new multi-year partnership with Miles & More International GmbH, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Under the terms of the agreement, Miles & More will use the ezRez platform to power non-air travel bookings on its website. The ezRez functionality will be available to over 19 million Miles & More members who fly with Adria Airways, Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Brussels...

2010-10-06 13:27:00

ATLANTA, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) has announced new partnerships that will provide SkyMiles members with mileage-earning opportunities and savings on everyday products and services. In addition, Delta has designated 1 800 Flowers and Hertz Car Rental as Preferred SkyMiles Partners to expand the existing partnership and provide the companies' shared customers with additional benefits and exclusive promotional offers. (Logo:...

2009-11-12 13:30:00

CHICAGO, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- United Airlines and the American Cancer Society® are teaming up for the third consecutive year, inviting individuals around the country to bring bear hugs and smiles to children undergoing cancer treatment. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20091112/CG10423) Holden Hugyou - a huggable, limited-edition 14-inch Gund® teddy bear designed for this special initiative - is making his debut as United and...

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