Flight Review – A330-300 Business Class on AA From Philadelphia to Rome

Written by Craig at Middle Age Miles @ Middle Age Miles

This Spring (April 2019), Philly and I were fortunate enough to visit Italy again, on a trip that included Middle Age Miles son Dylan and his then-fiancee (now wife!) Alli. For our transatlantic flight, we flew Business Class on an…

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[UPDATED 6/19/19] American Airlines vs Mechanics’ Union – A Breakdown and Perspectives from a Texas Trial Lawyer

Written by Craig at Middle Age Miles @ Middle Age Miles

UPDATE, 6/19/2019, 10:40 am: Yesterday (Tues 6/18), the Court held its pre-trial conference in the AA vs Mechanics’ Union lawsuit. A few notes and observations: * Despite its setbacks in the Lawsuit so far, the Union continues to defend the…

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Craziest Resort Fee Ever, Mandatory Travel Health Insurance?, Delta Has Sense Of Humor, TWA Hotel Trouble, & More!

Written by joeheg @ Your Mileage May Vary

Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along. Lee from Bald Thoughts reminds everyone who’…

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DOT Tentatively Awards 12 Haneda (Tokyo) Frequencies Among American Airlines, Delta, Hawaiian & United

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

HanedaU.S. Department of Transportation yesterday released a proposal how the 12 daytime slots that were made available for US airlines would be divided among applicants. American Airlines gets two, Delta four, Hawaiian one and United Airlines four daily frequencies (unless these are contested). Here are the proposed airlines/routes American Airlines: Dallas/Fort Worth; Los Angeles Delta […]

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