Six Years After Asiana Crash Landing In San Francisco The Airline Now Has To Accept A Heavy Handed Penalty – 45 Day Route Suspension!

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

A whole six years after the fateful flight of Asiana OZ214, South Korea’s Supreme Court had affirmed earlier rulings and a decision by it’s aviation authorities that as punishment for the accident Asiana has to suspend it’s San Francisco route for 45 days. The penalty is expected to cost the airline millions in revenue and […]

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Uber launches moped sharing service in Paris

Written by Liz Hund @ The Points Guy

Scoot over, bikes and cars. Tourists and Parisians alike will soon be able to make their way around the City of Light by moped via Uber’s new partnership with Cityscoot e-mopeds. Mopeds are to Paris what yellow cabs are to New York City — they just go together. Cityscoot has been around for a few …

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6 tips for visiting Uluru in Australia when the climb closes

Written by Kaeli Conforti @ The Points Guy

In one week, the climb up Australia’s striking sandstone rock formation Uluru — also known as Ayers Rock — will officially close. After several years of controversy regarding respect for Australia’s indigenous culture; the site’s fragile desert ecosystem; and the safety of those attempting to reach the 1,142-foot summit (37 people have died since the …

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How to ensure your safari is ethical

Written by Roxy Furman @ The Points Guy

An African safari falls on the bucket list of many people across the world, allowing an often once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to some of the most majestic animals on the planet. Unfortunately however, we are undergoing “absolute decimation of environmental spaces and species like never before,” according to three-time winner of the Wildlife …

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