Our very own René de Lambert is part of a Washington Post article about mileage running!
The piece — titled “Mileage runs are last-minute dashes for airline status. But are they worth it?” and written by Hannah Sampson — discusses what mileage runs are, why people take them, carbon footprints, and if mileage running is all it’s cracked up to be.
René mentions several things — including that he’s about to embark on a variation of this run he posted in May!
Our friend Adam of Juicy Miles is also a big part of the article. He gives his take on why people are still mileage running — and, in fact, why the practice has surged for him and Juicy Miles.
If you’re interested in mileage runs, be sure to:
- bookmark our elite mileage run page
- subscribe to our mileage run emails
- follow @RenesPoints
- follow @EliteMileageRun
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