Another mistake fare in the news this week, this time on American Airlines in business class to China. Delta is changing Medallion qualification rules slightly for the better and United gave its lounge food offerings a bump up. Also, Ryanair may actually fly TATL, or it might not.
How did SHARES best Sabre? Ask American Airlines and its 787 inaugural flight. Plus a lost wallet, two programs going variable on award prices and a mistake fare which raises all sorts of questions.
Today we’re tackling a serious question from a former UA loyalist who is looking to spread his wings elsewhere. We’ll call him Mr. Tilton to protect the innocent.
Welcome to Seoul, Korea, where we’re recording live for this episode. News from United, Chase & Delta round out the show.
This episode we look at a new livery celebrating Veterans Day, discuss the lack of creativity from some loyalty programs and discuss whether it is a smart idea to buy a Virgin.
This week we’re talking about the new A321neoLR replacement for transoceanic 752s, a new partnership between Hertz & United, American’s new business class seats and a bit of ebola. Come join the fun!
Changes are coming to US passports in 2016; lots of other changes before then for US airlines, hotel award searches and more.
We’ve got a special guest on this week talking Argentina and ticketing challenges. United put the 787-9 into service and we were there. And some crazy rewards programs, too.
Which first class lounges are worth going out of your way for? Also, a new safety video, new IFE coming to Delta and Virgin America might go public. Plus, special guest Josh Zepps.
What happens when a guy nicknamed Black Cloud for his travel, erm, challenges goes for a run in Ahmedabad at 5am? Many things, including that we managed to get him as a guest on the show to talk about all sorts of fun, including the “real life, high stakes version of Frogger” which ensued.