Airline Rewards Programs Bounce Back Despite Airline Industry Woes

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Airline industry woes have made it tougher to hand out generous travel rewards, but at the same time, these challenging times have stimulated creativity in the marketing of airline cards. Also, airlines can at least try to improve the offerings on their own airline credit cards in an attempt to keep their passengers flying with them such as with United and Southwest.

One thing’s for sure, airline travel is here to stay, and airlines and credit cards are likely to want to reward their customers for their persistence. For example, over the past year, many credit cards have dropped the foreign transaction fee. Take a look at some of the best airline credit card perks on FoxBusiness.com.

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