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January 11, 2013 - 01:55 PM ET

American Airlines "in a few weeks" will begin distributing new reports to corporate clients that include "detailed flight activity, including amounts paid for seat assignments, checked baggage and upgrades," according to a statement attributed to managing director of sales operations and distribution Cory Garner. "We will show this information by the frequent flyer status of each traveler so that corporate travel managers can see the savings that each person realizes by virtue of attaining elite status with American," according to Garner. Other carriers, including Delta Air Lines and US Airways, also have enhanced the reporting they provide to corporate clients.

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