More and more, airlines want their customers to know they really know them. Airlines see personalization as a way to differentiate their service and build customer loyalty in an increasingly competitive market. And they also see new revenue opportunities from customization. Some of this personalization drive ultimately may be seen as a short-lived fad or a disappointment on the revenue-creation front. But a combination of new technology, a millennial generation that loves all-about-me ...

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