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Re: Charge it at 30,000 Feet

Cryderman, Charles (
Tue, 9 May 2006 11:14:32 -0400

Monty Solomon posted:

> When it's time to buy a beer or a sandwich or rent a headset,
> American Airlines passengers can now say, "Charge it." American last
> week began rolling out a new service letting passengers use American
> Express and other credit and debit cards to pay for in-flight
> purchases. American, the biggest carrier at Boston's Logan
> International Airport by passenger volume, expects the technology,
> which relies on wireless handheld devices toted by flight
> attendants, will be available system wide by the middle of next
> month.

Northwest has been doing this for at least the last 6 months. In fact
they no longer accept cash. You can only use NW vouchers or any credit

Chip Cryderman

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