Northwest Airlines Announces Easy Opportunity for Full-Fare Passengers to Earn 20,000 Bonus Miles with ConnectFirst

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from Northwest Airlines

    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL, Minn., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Earning 20,000
 WorldPerks bonus miles for that extra vacation is now within easy reach of
 Northwest Airlines (Nasdaq:   NWAC) passengers who travel on full-fare
 ConnectFirst tickets.
     All you have to do to earn the 20,000 bonus miles is register for the
 ConnectFirst promotion and then complete two roundtrips through
 Minneapolis/St. Paul, Detroit or Memphis between now and June 30, 2001.
     "This ConnectFirst promotion is simply too good to pass up," says Beth
 Shultis, Northwest's vice president -- marketing programs and worldwide
 advertising.  "It's a quick and easy way to earn 20,000 bonus miles -- enough
 for a free domestic ticket -- and also enjoy everything you need to make your
 flight as comfortable as possible:  Free first class upgrades, pre-boarding
 privileges, complimentary beverages, and extra seat and leg room.  But
 remember, to be eligible for the bonus miles, you must register before
 June 15, 2001."
 
     Here is an example of how to earn the bonus miles:
 
                     Origin         ConnectFirst Hub    Destination    Bonus
      1st Roundtrip  Los Angeles    Detroit             Toronto        5,000
                                                                       bonus
                                                                       miles
      2nd Roundtrip  Seattle        Minneapolis/        Raleigh/Durham 15,000
                                    St. Paul                           bonus
                                                                  miles
                                                        Total          20,000
                                                                       bonus
                                                                       miles
 
     To qualify for the ConnectFirst 20,000 WorldPerks bonus miles, just follow
 these three easy steps:
     1.  You must be a WorldPerks member. If you are not a member, enroll
         online at http://www.nwa.com or call 800-44PERKS.
     2.  Register for this promotion before you travel but no later than
         June 15, 2001 by calling 888-955-7878 or go online at
         http://www.nwa.com/offers/cf20k and enter registration number 2029.
     3.  Travel on two ConnectFirst roundtrips (8 segments total).  Qualifying
         travel must occur after registration and must be completed no later
         than June 30, 2001, to earn bonus miles.
 
     With annual revenues in excess of $11 billion and approximately 55,000
 employees worldwide, Northwest Airlines is the world's fourth largest airline,
 with hubs at Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, Tokyo and Amsterdam and
 more than 2,700 daily departures.  With its travel partners, Northwest serves
 more than 785 cities in 120 countries on six continents.  Based on statistics
 compiled by the U.S.  Department of Transportation, Northwest was the most
 on-time U.S. airline among the seven largest network carriers for the period
 1990-2000.
 
 

SOURCE Northwest Airlines
    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL, Minn., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Earning 20,000
 WorldPerks bonus miles for that extra vacation is now within easy reach of
 Northwest Airlines (Nasdaq:   NWAC) passengers who travel on full-fare
 ConnectFirst tickets.
     All you have to do to earn the 20,000 bonus miles is register for the
 ConnectFirst promotion and then complete two roundtrips through
 Minneapolis/St. Paul, Detroit or Memphis between now and June 30, 2001.
     "This ConnectFirst promotion is simply too good to pass up," says Beth
 Shultis, Northwest's vice president -- marketing programs and worldwide
 advertising.  "It's a quick and easy way to earn 20,000 bonus miles -- enough
 for a free domestic ticket -- and also enjoy everything you need to make your
 flight as comfortable as possible:  Free first class upgrades, pre-boarding
 privileges, complimentary beverages, and extra seat and leg room.  But
 remember, to be eligible for the bonus miles, you must register before
 June 15, 2001."
 
     Here is an example of how to earn the bonus miles:
 
                     Origin         ConnectFirst Hub    Destination    Bonus
      1st Roundtrip  Los Angeles    Detroit             Toronto        5,000
                                                                       bonus
                                                                       miles
      2nd Roundtrip  Seattle        Minneapolis/        Raleigh/Durham 15,000
                                    St. Paul                           bonus
                                                                  miles
                                                        Total          20,000
                                                                       bonus
                                                                       miles
 
     To qualify for the ConnectFirst 20,000 WorldPerks bonus miles, just follow
 these three easy steps:
     1.  You must be a WorldPerks member. If you are not a member, enroll
         online at http://www.nwa.com or call 800-44PERKS.
     2.  Register for this promotion before you travel but no later than
         June 15, 2001 by calling 888-955-7878 or go online at
         http://www.nwa.com/offers/cf20k and enter registration number 2029.
     3.  Travel on two ConnectFirst roundtrips (8 segments total).  Qualifying
         travel must occur after registration and must be completed no later
         than June 30, 2001, to earn bonus miles.
 
     With annual revenues in excess of $11 billion and approximately 55,000
 employees worldwide, Northwest Airlines is the world's fourth largest airline,
 with hubs at Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, Tokyo and Amsterdam and
 more than 2,700 daily departures.  With its travel partners, Northwest serves
 more than 785 cities in 120 countries on six continents.  Based on statistics
 compiled by the U.S.  Department of Transportation, Northwest was the most
 on-time U.S. airline among the seven largest network carriers for the period
 1990-2000.
 
 SOURCE  Northwest Airlines