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Nick Bredimus is mentioned in a 1988 New York Times article about a new reservation system to be called "Confirm".
PR News Now carries an article from May 2005 that paraphrases Nick Bredimus as saying that though one could blame computers for flight overbooking, ultimately Southwest Airline's business philosophy is responsible for occasional customer dissatisfaction.
In another PR News Now article, Nick Bredimus talks about the availability of revenue integrity software.
In an article from Flight Global, Nick Bredimus is quoted as saying: "Airlines still think that booking fees are too high."
Another article from Flight Global attributes to Nick Bredimus the position that "the genesis of [the evolution of the role of travel agents] dates back to the conclusion by airlines, in the mid-1990s, that agents had become a controllable cost rather than a necessity."
An archived story from USA Today quotes Nick Bredimus as saying that "the larger carriers are probably jubilant" about the demise of ValuJet.
An archived article from Air Transport World includes a mention of Nick Bredimus where he reportedly says that "if senior [airline] management knew [revenue integrity software] was available and saw how simple it is, they'd want someone shot [for not installing it]".
In an archived document on Academic Universe, Nick Bredimus talks about a decentralized inventory problem.
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