Northwest Airlines to Expand E-Ticket to International Flights

Northwest Airlines announced today that effective immediately, Northwest customers can use its popular E-Ticket electronic ticketing service for flights between the U.S. and Canada and Osaka and Tokyo, Japan. Travelers using the E-Ticket program for travel to those destinations between May 18 and July 31 will receive 1,000 bonus WorldPerks miles.

“E-Ticket has been one of the most popular and rapidly adopted programs ever offered by Northwest,” said Al Lenza, Northwest vice president - distribution planning. “People appreciate E-Ticket’s convenience and speed. This is the start of our plans to expand E-Ticket throughout our international system.”


Northwest currently offers E-Ticket travel throughout its North American system where nearly 40 percent of customers are using the service. Since just last month, when Northwest expanded E-Ticket for use with WorldPerks award travel, the electronic ticketing program already has become the preferred ticketing method among Northwest frequent flyers.


Northwest currently offers E-Ticket travel throughout its North American system where nearly 40 percent of customers are using the service. Since just last month, when Northwest expanded E-Ticket for use with WorldPerks award travel, the electronic ticketing program already has become the preferred ticketing method among Northwest frequent flyers.

Northwest currently offers E-Ticket travel throughout its North American system where nearly 40 percent of customers are using the service. Since just last month, when Northwest expanded E-Ticket for use with WorldPerks award travel, the electronic ticketing program already has become the preferred ticketing method among Northwest frequent flyers.

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Northwest currently offers E-Ticket travel throughout its North American system where nearly 40 percent of customers are using the service. Since just last month, when Northwest expanded E-Ticket for use with WorldPerks award travel, the electronic ticketing program already has become the preferred ticketing method among Northwest frequent flyers.

Northwest currently offers E-Ticket travel throughout its North American system where nearly 40 percent of customers are using the service. Since just last month, when Northwest expanded E-Ticket for use with WorldPerks award travel, the electronic ticketing program already has become the preferred ticketing method among Northwest frequent flyers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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