A few topics never fail to inspire passionate debate amongst frequent flyers. Upgrade availability, or lack thereof. Award chart changes. And, of course … ice cream sundaes.
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For my money, one of the reasons forums are still thriving – particularly travel forums – is due to posters like IsleofMan. Where else but on a travel community could you find someone who is willing to post an exceptionally thorough review of a $30 overnight bag, replete with a photo series of packing instructions?
If you buy money orders and Vanilla gift cards are you now going to be put on some kind of list? Some say “no” – but how do we know they aren’t out to get us.
Upon discovering his ripe cantaloupe paired with an unripened screw, sinanju did what any slightly troubled passenger might do. But it soon became clear that the screw up would lead to the reveal of the true crime.
Most have heard the news about United’s announced changes to the MileagePlus program. But did you hear about United’s shareholder meeting? A meeting that lasted only 15 minutes total.
Leave a jacket on an airplane and the airline finds and returns it within a day or two and you probably think, “Oh good, they found it.” Get it returned over a year later and you think, “Amazing!”.
Iran isn’t on everybody’s short list of must-visit places, but perhaps it should be. A terrific trip report, particularly if you aren’t familiar with day-to-day Iranian life.
I’m a sucker for a good thread title, and in my opinion they don’t get much better than this one on FlyerTalk.
Delays, lost luggage, rude gate agents … these are all legitimate and oft repeated complaints about airlines. But the following two threads, in which FlyerTalk members offer a litany of trivial – but still very real – airline complaints, are prime examples of why I started this blog. The threads: What’s the stupidest, least substantive…
Which service elements are most important when booking a long-haul flight in economy? Several Air Canada and Lufthansa flyers have added some class to the discussion.