Written by Katherine Fan @ The Points Guy
For many us at The Points Guy, our parents were the first people to give us a taste of what the travel life could be like. And those family trips often morph into traditions. This Father’s Day, TPG staffers reminisce about their most meaningful travel experiences with their dads. Brian Kelly, The Points Guy I …
Written by God Save The Points @ BoardingArea
This past week I sat down with Alex Cruz, British Airways Chairman & CEO, in a place we’re both all too comfortable and familiar: a seat on a long haul flight at 33,000 feet. The reason for our chat was very simple. He was there to hear five …
Written by The Travelers Club @ BoardingArea
Ce n’est pas évident d’obtenir le fin mot de cette histoire tant les réponses divergent selon les interlocuteurs. Air France a, pendant plusieurs mois, soutenu que le rétrofit des Airbus A380 de la flotte était bien enga…
Written by Asta Alvarez @ The Poor Traveler Itinerary Blog
Aside from being a popular tourist destination, Singapore is also a favorite stopover for those who seek to explore other places in the region. One of the most usual routes is Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Singapore and Kuala Lumpur are ov…
Written by View from the Wing @ BoardingArea
Plastiq.com is a service that will charge your credit card and mail checks on your behalf. (With some vendors they also make electronic ACH payments.)
Their usual fee for this is 2.5%. It’s worth it to incur that fee if you’re earning a signup bonus …
Written by Chuck @ Doctor Of Credit
Yelp Cashback sent out an email that you’ll have to activate each offer before using it. We just wanted to let you know that we updated the Yelp Cash Back Terms of Service based on changes to the program by Empyr, our partner that powers Cash Back. Here’s what’s changed: Now you have to activate [&hellip
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Written by Devorah Lev-Tov @ The Points Guy
Israel’s ancient capital is bursting with historic and modern attractions that the whole family will enjoy. From archaeological sites to parks to bustling markets, Jerusalem is a fascinating city that’s full of culture and history. Here are TPG’s tips for planning a family visit to Jerusalem: when to go, how to get there and where …
Written by Rene’s Points @ BoardingArea
The Beginning of the End for TSA PreCheck? Will it Be Needed Soon with New Technology? Continue reading →
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Written by One Mile at a Time @ BoardingArea
Air India has a tendency to announce flights and not follow through on them. For example, in 2017 Air India’s CEO at the time announced on his personal Facebook (as one does) that they’d launch flights to Los Angeles as of September 1, 2017, and to Dal…
Written by Sam Chui @ BoardingArea
The Comac ARJ21 is a twin-engine regional jet, manufactured by the Chinese aerospace company Comac. Chengdu Airlines was the inaugural operator of such type since mid 2016. Currently Chengdu Airlines operates a fleet of 10 ARJ21-700 (and A319/A320…
Written by You Have Been Upgraded @ BoardingArea
Eine Zusammenstellung der Kreditkarten für den Sommer …
Written by Max Prosperi @ Million Mile Secrets
INSIDER SECRET: Credit cards like The Platinum Card® From American Express and the Chase Sapphire Reserve card waive the fees for TSA PreCheck, which saves time at airport security. Airlines are pretty clear about how early you should get to the airport for your flight. Check any airline’s website and it’s not hard to find info on …
Continue reading “How Early Do You Really Need to Get to the Airport?”
Written by Live from a Lounge @ BoardingArea
Air India plans to start non-stop flights between Amritsar/Delhi and Toronto from September 27, 2019. That should be one long flight, filling up a gap left behind by Jet Airways.
The post Air India to start flights between Amritsar/Delhi & Toronto…
Written by Travel With Massi @ BoardingArea
Für wenige Tage gibt es ab Frankreich einen Guten Lufthansa Business Class Sale ab Frankreich zu zahlreichen Zielen weltweit
Read more Deal: weltweite Ziele ab 260€ – Lufthansa Business Class Sale ab Frankreich by Travel with Massi.
Written by Cariverga @ BoardingArea
Очередное подорожание премиальных ноче
Written by premiumflights @ Premium-Flights.com
Business class Germany to Lima 1550€ with Aeromexico via Amsterdam & Mexico City.
ORIGINATING AREA 2 OUTBOUND –
PERMITTED 31DEC THROUGH 18APR OR 29OCT THROUGH 13DEC FOR
EACH TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR.
ORIGINATING AREA 2 INBOUND –
Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby
Hyatt Regency Kathmandu has suddenly stopped to accept any reservations and closed the property to guests as it is currently involved in an ongoing dispute with local trade unions. The property states that guests and groups who have existing bookings will be contacted proactively and will be relocated to other hotels until the dispute is […]
Written by You Have Been Upgraded @ BoardingArea
Einmal durch meine Suite im Grand Hyatt Taipei …
Written by Saverocity @ Saverocity
A few days ago I posted ~30 low-category hotels I’ve redeemed points at, all of which have gone up in points requirement since I stayed. Today I am posting my favorites from this list. Let me say that everything on the original list went through a screening process to earn my limited time; none are bad, many great. Picking the top 10 was too hard, so I picked a few more. They were ranked with regard to everything that matters to me: location, facility, service, status recognition and benefits, and value for the points. With that, here is the list. #1 – Le Meridien Chiang MaiRedeemed at 10.5k Marriott (3.5k SPG), now 35k. Even without free breakfast (I was only ever SPG Gold), this property tops my list. I had one of my best trips in Chiang Mai, and this hotel is perfectly located near the action and Old City. It’s also gorgeous, a solid 5-star. I was warmly welcomed and given a spacious room with view. The bathroom was huge. Everything was in pristine condition. It was awesome to..
Written by William Charles @ Doctor Of Credit
Reader @djmomgenes received and offer of 100,000 points after $5,000 in spend within the first three months on the American Express personal Platinum card when checking CardMatch for pre-approved offers
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