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American Airlines’ Co-Brand Partners

American Airlines, the world’s largest carrier based on passenger traffic, has filed a statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission advising that it expects new co-branded card partnerships with Citi and Barclaycard US to generate a $1.55-billion increase in pretax earnings through 2018. Even though profit margins are not what they once were, co-branded airline portfolios are valued for their stability, targeted distribution capacity, the loyalty of cardholders, and their low credit risk. The American Airlines portfolio was the last major airline co-branded card business on ...

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July 2016
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Investments & Acquisitions June 2016

Purchase Transactions on Cards Issued in Asia-Pacific 2015 vs. 2020

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