American Airlines announces changes to frequent flyer program; D.C. brings back older rail cars
American Airlines invented the first frequent-flyer program 40 years ago. Now, the company is announcing big changes to that program.
And Washington, D.C.’s transit agency hopes to bring older rail cars back online to help alleviate major snarls in their Metro system.
Here & Now transportation analyst Seth Kaplan tells us more.
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