It looks like all the negative press surrounding Delta’s decision to only release the earning and not burning half of its new SkyMiles program got the airline to reverse course. We now have the full 2015 award chart clearly showing what’s changing. Frankly, the new award chart doesn’t look all that different except for the addition of two more tiers. We don’t know how availability will change at the low level, but now that we have a mostly clear picture, what do you think?
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