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WSJ Report Merger in Advanced Talks With USAir--The Skinny

WSJ Report Merger in Advanced Talks With USAir--The Skinny

Old May 9, 2005, 5:20 pm
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Originally Posted by haddon90
for some strange reason i thought columbus was a hub for america west. granted it's been a while since i followed the airlines, so mistake me if i'm wrong.
CMH was a hub for HP until 2003:

The hub was bleeding cash so it was closed. We still have flights to PHX and LAS from CMH, just no hub operations.
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Old May 11, 2005, 8:34 am
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In light of the article mentioning midwest operations should the airlines merge, take a look at the specials page on the AWA website. There certainly are a lot of specials out of St. Louis. Coincidence?

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Old May 15, 2005, 6:25 pm
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What would happen to the FF program?

Post merger, what would the FF program be?

From having flown HP in 2002/3/4, i have about 100k miles in balance. I don't think those expire under current rules. But, given the advanced state of the merger talks,
1. what would happen to mileage balances post merger? would they remain 1:1 in the new program?
2. Could they be redeemed on *A carriers?
3. Would the redemption rates change? (likely)
4. Any guesses what would be the redemption rates in the new world?

If this has already been covered in another thread, refer me there, i would be happy to read that up.
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