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Northwest Enhances Web Site

Northwest Airlines announced today a series of enhancements to its award-winning web site,

Purchasing Bonus: Northwest WorldWeb Reservations is the easiest way to plan your trip. You can check availability and fares, reserve your seat and purchase an E-Ticket right from the Northwest home page.

Now, flying with Northwest/KLM has never been easier: customers who purchase tickets for the first time through can earn 4,000 Bonus Miles. This offer is valid through December 31, 1999 for WorldPerks members with mailing addresses in the US, Canada or Japan. This offer does not apply to tickets purchased online for CyberSavers or Award Travel Reservations and is valid for WorldPerks members who have not previously purchased a ticket through

Northwest in the Palm of Your Hand: Northwest has customized its website for handheld computers and browsers. Most Palm ComputingSM browsers and other handheld devices can easily view a condensed version of Simply point your handheld browser to NWA’s Handheld WorldWeb at

Handheld WorldWeb has several features for cookie-enabled browsers (e.g. AvantGo, ProxiWeb, etc.), such as the display of your WorldPerks account information and a downloadable flight schedule. To use these features, customize the Handheld WorldWeb preferences on your handheld computer with your WorldPerks information and select ‘Yes’ to download current Flight Timetables (approximately 80k) for Northwest Airlines flights.


Handheld WorldWeb also provides an instant link every Wednesday through Saturday to CyberSavers, Northwest’s great low weekend travel deals and simplified airport maps for our hub cities—Detroit, Memphis and Minneapolis/St. Paul.

Itineraries to Go: Northwest’s new “View Travel Reservations” feature lets you view your itinerary from the time your reservations are made until 24 hours after you have completed your trip. Just enter your last name and confirmation number. It works for all Northwest tickets, including those purchased on-line through Northwest Reservations or your travel agent. See for more details.