Diabetic pilots may now fly commercial jets! Plus, if you think the past two months have been rough for travel, one group expects it’ll take about two years for airlines to recover.We’ll get to those stories and more in a few minutes. But first’s here’s a quick recap of this week at Rene’s Points!
After Delta graciously extended Medallion status through next year, people had a number of questions. We asked Delta for some clarifications — and received answers.
Earlier this year, I wrote a couple of posts about why I thought coronavirus wouldn’t stop me from traveling and why I wouldn’t wear a mask on flights. Well, all that’s changed. Here’s a piece I wrote this week explaining why.
Chase cardholders: check your accounts for this Domino’s offer! Not to be outdone, Amex issued a great offer for Grubhub and Seamless.
Zola, meanwhile, canceled gift card orders people placed with an Amex Offer. And DO$H majorly screwed up a Staples promotion.
Delta re-introduced a boarding technique from yesteryear: starting at the back of the plane.
I called to cancel my Delta Amex Platinum card this week — but American Express offered me a few options to keep it. Read what happened.
That lead to some people asking about transferring lines of credit between Amex cards. Here’s a quick tutorial.
Also on the Delta Amex front, we’ve learned several readers received reduced annual fees on their Delta Reserve cards during recent renewals.
Some American Airlines flight attendants are working the carrier’s cargo flights.
This one riled up people: I commented on a post predicting that business travel as we knew it is dead.
Here are some other travel stories I thought you might find interesting.
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