Sale of frequent-flier miles helps carriers boost cash

07/24/2008 | Bloomberg11

The sale of frequent-flier miles to credit card companies may be easing concerns about the airlines' ability to boost their cash reserves. High oil costs and the weaker economy continue to affect carriers. The Air Transport Association expects airlines to post a loss of up to $13 billion this year.

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