Hartsfield-Jackson introduces Thanks Again loyalty program
Members earn frequent-flier miles with participating airlines for everyday transactions
ATLANTA – Starting today, loyalty is even more rewarding for customers who enroll in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s new Thanks Again program. Consumers who register their debit or credit cards earn frequent-flier miles for parking, shopping or dining at participating merchants at the Airport.
“This program gives Hartsfield-Jackson a unique opportunity to reward all customers for their loyalty, support and patronage,” said Aviation General Manager Louis Miller. “Just by doing what they would do anyway — parking their cars, grabbing a snack or buying a book or magazine — they will earn frequent-flier miles with participating airlines.”
Hartsfield-Jackson and Thanks Again LLC are partnering to bring the consumer loyalty program to the Airport.
“We are excited about the launch of a world-class program for a world-class airport,” said Marc Ellis, Thanks Again CEO and co-founder. “Thanks Again at Hartsfield-Jackson will create a new standard for consumer engagement by merging leading-edge technology with next-generation loyalty, consumer data analytics, mobile marketing, relevant retail offers and social media marketing practices.”
Hartsfield-Jackson travelers and employees can enroll in the program for free at Thanks Again’s website, www.thanksagain.com/atl. Card-linking technology makes the online enrollment safe and secure.
The Thanks Again program is nationwide, so travelers can accrue frequent-flier miles at other U.S. airports as well.
To learn more about the Thanks Again program, visit Hartsfield-Jackson’s website,
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Hartsfield-Jackson is the world’s busiest airport, serving more than 92 million passengers annually with nonstop service to 160 U.S. destinations and nearly 70 international destinations in more than 45 countries. The Airport is a frequent recipient of awards of excellence for concessions, operations, architectural engineering and construction - including the 2011 Global and North American Airport Efficiency Excellence Award from the Air Transport Research Society (for more information, go to www.atrsworld.org).
It is undergoing $6 billion-plus in capital improvements, which include a new, energy-efficient rental car center; a new, 12-gate international terminal (for more information, go to
www.atlanta-airport.com/internationalterminal/;and aesthetic and functional upgrades to its concourses, people movers and parking services. For more information, go to www.atlanta-airport.com. Check out the Airport’s YouTube
channel by visiting
http://www.youtube.com/AtlantaHartsfield, and become a fan on Facebook.