The US government might (further) help airlines by purchasing a bunch of plane tickets and fuel for future travels.
Plus, Alitalia is becoming nationalized — and might bolt from SkyTeam.
We’ll have those travel headlines and more in a couple of minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this past week here on Rene’s Points!
Delta held a call recapping its suddenly horrid first quarter — and mused what the business may look like in the future. This follows news that COVID-19’s impact on the US travel business will likely be nine times worse than 9/11.
Don’t forget you can earn at least $30 with Rakuten’s new referral promotion. Hurry, though. It ends this coming Friday, May 1.
An aircraft interior company unveiled two “isolated seat” proposals this week. What do you think of their ideas?
Many of us are enjoying home happy hours now. Here’s some of the affordable yet stylish stuff we’re using at home to make us feel like we’re sort of traveling.
Despite DO$H pulling a fairly sketchy move a couple of weeks ago, I haven’t yet left the program. Here’s why.
The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds will perform a series of flyovers to salute the United States’ essential workers.
Delta is giving active SkyBonus members a waiver on spend requirements this year.
Want to remotely control an actual person? One tour company gives you that opportunity.
Do you think “immunity passports” will be required for future airline travel?
Hotel minibars, breakfast buffets, and coffee makers might be gone when hotels in a post-COVID19 world.
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