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Airline companies begin to offer more deals on their own websites in an effort to lure customers...

Airline companies begin to offer more deals on their own websites in an effort to lure customers away from travel sites. Frontier Airlines is the latest carrier to add incentives for booking flights directly by cutting frequent flyer miles and imposing more fees on off-site bookings. If the trend continues, online travel players such as PCLN, TRIP, OWW, and EXPE could feel a sting.
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  • colonialpalms
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    As a motel operater for 28 years i am upset at the following online booking sites,trip advisor,agoda,booking.... for all telling lies,deceiving customers,posting feral defaming reviews.If you are operating and running a hotel or airline get off these sites,if you own shares sell your shares before you lose the lot,these online companies will be brought to account in the years ahead so act now.
    13 Sep 2012, 12:23 AM Reply Like
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