1-2-3 Free Promotion from Northwest

11th Feb 2004

Northwest Airlines today launched its “1-2-3 Free”* promotion, rewarding
its frequent customers for their loyalty, and increasing awareness of all
of the services and products Northwest offers.
Between now and June 15, 2004, members of Northwest WorldPerks frequent
flyer program can earn a free coach class certificate after completing
just three roundtrips on qualifying fares to any Northwest or KLM
worldwide destinations. All qualifying travel must originate or terminate
in the 50 United States or Canada and be on Northwest or KLM-operated
flights. The free certificate is good for travel within the 48 contiguous
states or between the 48 contiguous states and Canada. For Hawaii and
Alaska residents, the certificate is good for travel between Hawaii or
Alaska and the 48 contiguous states. Free travel must take place between
Sept. 1, 2004 and June 15, 2005.

“This offer is just one more way Northwest proves it is the smart airline
for both business and leisure travelers,” said Tim Griffin, executive vice
president of marketing and distribution. “We are sure this ‘1-2-3 Free’
promotion will provide customers with a very desirable reward for their

Advance registration in the 1-2-3 Free promotion before qualifying travel
commences is required by April 15, 2004, through
http://www.nwa.com/promo/123free2 . Membership in Northwest’s WorldPerks
program also is required, and instant enrollment can be completed online
at http://www.nwa.com/ . The 1-2-3 Free promotion is available to
WorldPerks members with a mailing address in the U.S. or Canada. To
qualify, tickets must be booked in paid published P, F, R, U, C, J, Z, S,
Y, B, H, M, Q or V fare categories. The offer does not apply to travel
booked in L, T, or K classes. Qualifying travel must be completed by June
15, 2004. Participants in the 1-2-3 Free promotion can earn a maximum of
two free travel e-certs. Northwest’s 1-2-3 Free travel e-cert is valid for
travel within the 48 contiguous states and Canada. Residents of Hawaii and
Alaska may travel between their state of residence and the 48 contiguous

*Fares do not include Passenger Facility Charges of up to $18 USD
roundtrip and September 11 security fees of up to $10 USD. For travel
within the U.S., fares do not include U.S. segment taxes of up to $3.10
per flown segment and Hawaii/Alaska arrival and departure taxes of up to
$13.80 roundtrip. For travel between the U.S. and Canada, fares do not
include U.S. segment taxes of up to $3.10 per flown segment, U.S.
Immigration fee of $7 USD, Air Travelers Security Charge of up to $24 CAD
and Canada airport improvement fees of up to $15 CAD.


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