Travelers share tales about being pulled over and written a ticket precisely because they were driving rental cars – and how they handled it.
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It seems as a general rule we have lost our way with regard to the agreed upon meaning of the term “first class”. That or United is either crazy or lying to us.
When an airline provides perks to passengers who have paid a small fee, but deny the same perks to elite members of its frequent flyer program that tells me they don’t value loyal flyers very highly.
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.
While some in the Chinese airline industry are talking about standing room only “seating”, frequent flyers over on FlyerTalk are discussing the possibilities of lie-flat seating in economy class.
While the in-flight “benefits” of Club Europe are marginal at best, LondonCapeTownAnyday reports that British Airways appears to be in the process of reducing them even further.
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.
The initial report regarding how United intends to handle the mistake fares that were booked this morning, as reported by Ben Mutzabaugh at USA Today, is that United will NOT be honoring all of the tickets purchased. Notice the emphasized words. FlyerTalkers aren’t quite ready to give up the fight based on this news. Off…
A mistake fare that caused tickets between Europe and the U.S. to price out at about $100 has been fixed. But that doesn’t mean the fun is over. In fact, in many ways the fun is just beginning.
Rather than study the new and old award charts and present a host of hypothetical travel scenarios and how the changes would impact earning and redemption, Sixth Freedom asks himself how he “would have been impacted over five years had the recent Executive Club changes taken effect on 1st January 2008.”