First the policies change. Then they change again. Keeping up with that back and forth is incredibly challenging. But we’re trying.
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Topics in this episode:
- The US announced plans to relax restrictions, and then just hours later that was countered. Now the rules are even more strict, including quarantine requirements.
- KLM Indicated it would halt long-haul flights following proposal of strict testing requirements that would affect crew. Again, a change of policy saw that averted.
- Canada’s airlines face continued challenges, including more service cuts as test and quarantine rules are strengthened.
- Norwegian’s long-haul operation is dead, and with that some changes to the TATL marketplace are already being seen.
- Alaska Airlines will offer a new status tier at 100k miles starting next year, but no one really knows what it will include
- A man lived in O’Hare for 3 months.
- British Airways has a new grocery partner for Avios earn and burn.
- Chengdu has a new mega airport slated to open soon.
- The Ghanaian government really doesn’t want to fly to Gatwick
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