Don't be surprised if other airlines follow suit. Everytime I've walked by American's CTO at Lenox Square in Atlanta, the agents were sitting there looking bored. I think CTOs for the most part are going out because airlines are aiming for more e-ticket sales on their own sites, because that saves the airlines money because they don't have to worry about rent and bills for the retail spaces CTOs are at, and most CTOs are wastes of money, since I never even seen a line at several of Delta's CTOs in Atlanta, in fact the most customers I ever saw in one was three. As for airlines closing their clubs, yet another cost-cutting move since the travellers who tend to use these facilities are business travellers, and business travel has been in decline for most of this year already. Delta hasn't announced any Crown Room closings, but I would not hesistate to say that they will probably close some of them, and share faciltities with other airlines. The cutting of meal service on domestic flights is understandable, since the planes are going out more than half empty, and if you have to throw away that many meals, you're really going to lose your shirt. The other day I heard a comment about airlines cutting back on meals service, the person basically said, "And this is a bad thing?"