Travel management sources said British Airways parent IAG should go back to the drawing board on recently discussed alternatives to its surcharge program, due to take effect Nov. 1.
An IAG official offered no comment on news that the firm is in the market talking to travel management companies about an incentive program not unlike the one described by joint venture partner American Airlines. IAG also is discussing a "private channel" option reminiscent of the wholesale model in which TMCs pay . . .