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 Terry Trippler - “I think we have the makings of the airline of the future,”
 Terry Trippler - “This really could be the airline of the future - a true hybrid.”
 Terry Trippler - “You have to give it to Northwest. They're flying, AMFA's not working, ... I'm not ready to call it yet, but, boy, it's getting close.”
 Terry Trippler - “I'm not saying vouchers are bad. But they're not gold.”
 Terry Trippler - “It would be a hell of an airline,”
 Terry Trippler - “It doesn't speak well for the industry.”
 Terry Trippler - “I do expect to see the other legacy airlines match the United increase or file an increase formula of their own. Over the Labor Day weekend, I expect to see the airlines jockey for position but by ... Sept. 6, they will probably all be on the same page.”
 Terry Trippler - “I do expect to see the other legacy airlines match the United increase or file an increase formula of their own. Over the Labor Day weekend, I expect to see the airlines jockey for position but by ... September 6, they will probably all be on the same page.”
 Terry Trippler - “The game isn't over yet, ... but clearly I would say the score is Northwest 1, labor nothing.”
 Terry Trippler - “Continental did not go along in the past. The key is, will they go along this time For the passenger, it's something they have been getting free, technically, that they shouldn't have been all this time.”
 Terry Trippler - “Northwest seems to have a better grasp on what it's doing than Delta does. Delta raises fares and announces a sale at the same time. Northwest is making the adjustments they have to.”
 Terry Trippler - “The frequent-flier programs' glory days are over. It is time to 'spend down' on all the airlines. Wise consumers are already doing that.”
 Terry Trippler - “Northwest has made a very wise move. It's going to be a revenue generator.”
 Terry Trippler - “One would think that consumers would want to see someone in. But when push comes to shove, the consumers want their World Perks miles, and they will support Northwest.”
 Terry Trippler - “I was wrong, ... I wrote them off. But this is why they are the most determined group of survivors I have ever seen. -- This airline deserves to succeed because they fought back.”
 Terry Trippler - “We'd be foolish to say there hasn't been (an impact). This is a very tough situation to try to figure out. I know from experience some people are booking away.”
 Terry Trippler - “This takes a relief off everybody. It's excellent news for Northwest Airlines, employees and the people of Michigan, Minnesota and Tennessee. It's not so good news for United, American and US Airways that when Northwest becomes lean and mean they will be a force to reckon with.”
 Terry Trippler - “If a Northwest plane headed to Minot has to return to Minneapolis-St. Paul and an American plane has to return to Dallas, which one will hit the (local) news That's the reality Northwest has to handle.”
 Terry Trippler - “If you're paying that kind of money, you expect fine food and wine.”
 Terry Trippler - “United just looked in the rearview mirror, and they do not want to go back from where they came.”
 Terry Trippler - “I think the power has definitely shifted to management and I think it is going to be this way for many years to come.”
 Terry Trippler - “This is not a see-saw. This is major shift in labor-management relations.”
 Terry Trippler - “Using yield management, you don't have to raise fares to raise revenues, you just make people buy the more expensive fare class. Now we'd have a better chance of playing with the gold bars at Fort Knox than finding out if or how Delta is doing this. ... It's hard in this case to say whether Delta is doing this or raising fares outright.”
 Terry Trippler - “Airlines are not a social service industry. Everyone expects the airlines to take a financial hit then criticizes them when they don't make money.”
 Terry Trippler - “I think some of these carriers can still make it,”

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