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One of the biggest issues when it comes to cruising, at least to hear frequent cruisers tell it, is the practice of chair hogging employed by some cruisers.
LBJ reported yesterday that Delta SkyMiles awards priced out differently if he was logged in vs. logged out. Oddly, prices were coming out higher for him when he was logged in.
Shortly after the fallout from the recent United mistake fare is sorted, the Department of Transportation will not attempt to parse who is and isn’t acting in bad faith at all and will instead employ a more broad brush approach.
Go ahead and continue to read Lucky’s “One Mile at a Time” blog, but pity the poor, soulful creature because he is a confessed loony toon.
An open letter to Delta SkyMiles management with a out-of-the-box, user-centric suggestion related to their recent decision to eliminate frequent flyer award charts that just might help them keep their jobs.
If you haven’t yet read the Devil’s Advocate Spirit Airlines trip report, read it now. Don’t wait until later when you might forget. If you are late for a meeting, be late and risk unemployment. It’s that good.
For the purposes of this post, let’s restrict the title question even further. At which international airport is a 35-minute connection from an international flight considered plenty of time?
It’s interesting to see the mixed reactions to the Carnival Cruise Lines commercial. Some think it’s brilliant. Some think it’s boring. And some see in it a repudiation of creationism. Carnival is probably just happy people are talking about it at all.
When faced with transportation system obstacles, inexperienced travelers will often blame themselves and their own lack knowledge about the “system”. Experienced travelers on the other hand will often give the benefit of the doubt to the industry.