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Airlines think they are merchandising, but UATP conference speakers beg to differ
April 04, 2012
For several years, airlines have yearned to adopt “merchandising,” a term that is applied indiscriminately to everything from fare families to checked-bag fees.Depending on who is doing the talking, they are held back by their own systems, which don’t easily accommodate innovations in how products...
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