How To Not Get In Trouble In Hawaii, Trudeau Says When US-Canada Border Will Reopen, A Chance To Fly On A Sport Team’s Plane

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,…

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Air Canada’s Airbus A319 All Business Class JETZ Are Back For The Winter Schedule

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

Air Canada Jetz famous All Business Class Airbus A319 which are usually used as a charter aircraft for celebrity groups and sports teams are back on regular rotation for the winter schedule. The four aircraft of this type Air Canada has are bookable as regular tickets for Canadian domestic, U.S. and Caribbean routes and customers […]

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Aeroplan is going offline ahead of its new program launch – here’s everything you need to know

Written by Benji Stawski @ The Points Guy

Exciting changes are coming to the Air Canada Aeroplan loyalty program next month. Many awards will be cheaper than before. Families will be able to pool their points; you’ll be able to earn elite status without flying and more. Many existing program features and services will be briefly unavailable in preparation of the overhaul while the airline updates …

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Air Canada Aeroplan Limited Functionality November 6 – 8, 2020

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Air Canada is in the process of relaunching Aeroplan after bringing it back in-house from Aimia. Most Aeroplan functionality will be unavailable from the evening of November 6 through the morning of November 8 during the integration process. You can access Aeroplan’s site for updates here. Here’s what you should be aware of: Flight Rewards […]

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Deal alert: Dubai and Abu Dhabi from $592 round trip with dates through August 2021

Written by Katherine Fan @ The Points Guy

Ready to visit Dubai? This flight deal allows you to plan a trip to one of the most popular destinations in the United Arab Emirates. Sale rates extend as far out as August 2021, with prices beginning at less than $600 round trip. This flight sale presents a great opportunity to double down on travel …

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Air Canada Orders 25,000 Rapid Covid-19 Tests & Initial Results From Airport Test Study

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Air Canada today released initial results from the Covid-19 testing study that incoming passengers could voluntarily participate at the Toronto Pearson airport from early September. The airline has also ordered 25,000 rapid Covid-19 test kits from Abbot to further study international arrival and employee testing. The study findings: Air Canada, with McMaster Health Labs, has […]

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FAA chief upbeat after piloting Boeing 737 MAX test flight, but says ‘still work to do’

Written by Edward Russell @ The Points Guy

Federal Aviation Administration administrator Steve Dickson said he “liked what I saw” after flying a modified Boeing 737 MAX for 40 minutes over Washington state on Wednesday. The flight, while not part of the regulator’s official re-certification effort for the MAX, is a visible key step towards returning the jet to passenger service. The 737 …

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Air Canada Super Elites Will Get One Free Drink/Snack Item When Flying Economy

Written by William Charles @ Doctor Of Credit

In August Air Canada released details of the new Aeroplan program. Yesterday they announced a new benefit for super elite members (top tier elite status), these members will be eligible for one free free alcoholic drink and one free snack item when traveling on Air Canada, Air Canada Express, or Air Canada Rouge, in economy […]

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Some airlines got better at giving refunds as summer began; many others didn’t

Written by Zach Griff @ The Points Guy

When the pandemic first came stateside, would-be flyers heeded the myriad of stay-at-home and quarantine orders. That led to an unprecedented number of voluntary cancellations and changes to upcoming travel plans. In addition, airlines adjusted to the new reality by slashing flights and reducing frequencies. When an airline cancels or “significantly” changes your flight, you’re …

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