Northwest Airlines will offer dedicated boarding lanes for its premium customers starting next week at its Detroit hub and airports in Bismarck and Fargo, N.D., Phoenix and Portland, Ore. The lanes will be introduced at all Northwest loading bridge-equipped gates at US airports within the next two months. A few weeks ago, NWA switched to an open boarding process instead of the row-by-row or area boarding methods used by most carriers. First class, World Business Class, WorldPerks Elite and ...

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