Bangor International Airport debuts passenger loyalty rewards program

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  1. sobore
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    http://bangordailynews.com/2012/11/...ort-debuts-passenger-loyalty-rewards-program/

    Bangor International Airport has launched a passenger loyalty program to reward passengers with frequent flier miles when they spend money at the airport or other participating businesses.

    Airport Director Tony Caruso and Jay Ellis, senior vice president of the Georgia-based Thanks Again rewards program, announced the partnership during a press conference at the airport Monday morning.
    “We wanted to give back to those customers that utilize our airport,” Caruso said.

    Thanks Again has more than 170 member airports across the nation and plans to spread into some Canadian airports next year, according to Ellis.

    Participants register their debit and credit cards with Thanks Again, and whenever they use those cards to purchase food, magazines or souvenirs at one of Thanks Again’s partner airports the money they spend earns them rewards points. Even paying for parking earns miles.

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    Yes, airport rewards seems to be for many the way to go, a new trend.:)
     
  3. marcwint55

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    several other airports are already doing this and it is a great idea that benefits vendors and flyers.
     

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