New movie highlights world of super-frequent fliers

12/4/2009 | USA Today

Like the George Clooney character in the new movie, "Up in the Air," super-frequent fliers on U.S. airlines get high-level perks that are rarely publicized by the carriers themselves. "We try to keep the mystique," explains United Airlines spokeswoman Robin Urbanski, who declines to give membership numbers for its highest-echelon program. Besides the highest level of personalized service, members of these programs might get time on an airline flight simulator or invitations for behind-the-scenes tours.

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