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2 Quick Ones: Frontier’s TVs and United’s Mercedes

– Frontier Airlines is telling its elite Ascent and Summit customers that they will now have to pay for the previously-free television. Access to programming costs up to $8 (depending on the length of the flight). Summit members get a free snack and Ascent customers will get a free drink.

– United Airlines will offer Global Services passengers and some Global First passengers a ride between terminals in a Mercedes at Houston Bush Intercontinental airport. Apparently you can’t reserve the service, and passengers won’t know it’s available to them until, I guess, they’re whisked away in a car.

– After losing the Hawaiian Airlines personal credit cards last month (an easy way to build up your Hilton Hhonors balance), the business version of the card disappeared this week, too.

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