There are topics in this episode. Lots of them. Some of the best topics. But I have no idea what they are so you’ll need to listen to find out more.
Rebranding an airline is a lot of work. So is throwing a ridiculous party for a new aircraft subtype. Welcome to Qatar Airways’ CEO Akbar Al Baker’s week. Plus more Rouge, a mini United and flying electric cars.
Lots of routes dropping in the coming months, thanks to crew shortages, shifting travel demand and maybe even fleet challenges. Another “mistake” fare scuttled and some talk about cabin density and how that translates to profits, too.
A near miss at SFO is big news this week, as are missed earnings numbers, status matches and an AvGeek tragedy.
The Paris Air Show was full of interesting news again this year, though much of it felt incomplete. Antwerp is an interesting destination and lots of legal stuff happening in North America, too.
Long Beach is growing, Eurowings is struggling and TAAG may be coming to Houston. Plus, the deal to open Cuba-US flights is ready to fly.
Nearly everyone will agree that devaluation to loyalty programs (or just about anything else) sucks. And this week, sadly, there’s a lot of suckage to talk about. Air Canada downgraded their upgrade program, adding co-pays…
Dear 2012: So long, and thanks for all the incredible experiences! This week’s episode is a (relatively) quick trip down memory lane for the PointsHoarder crew. We’re talking about a few quick news pieces (Air…
Air Canada has a new promo available, offering double or triple miles to Sydney depending on the purchased fare class. Purchases in Tango or Latitude (i.e. not the cheapest economy fares) will earn double points….
Apparently this started a few months ago but I just noticed it now. Oops. Air Canada has a promotion for travelers between Montreal and Toronto’s City Airport. Lasting through the end of 2012, customers on…