One More Saturday Night: Ticketing Restriction Back in Vogue at Some Carriers

Some major U.S. airlines in the latter half of 2007 began re-introducing Saturday-night stay requirements and other ticketing restrictions in markets where they had previously torn down such "fences" designed to keep the lowest fares from business travelers. Executives speaking during the current round of airline earnings conference calls pointed to these renewed efforts to segment travelers as part of enhanced revenue-generating strategies.

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