A hearty congratulations to Hyatt who accomplished something rare these days: they sold out hotels.
And some Los Angeles Unified School District employees sued Delta Air Lines after that fuel dropping incident a couple of months ago.
We’ll get to those stories and several more in just a couple of minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this week at Rene’s Points!
Delta announced they’re suspending service at several airports in some major markets such as Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago. They also said they’re limiting capacity on flights — and blocking some window and aisle seats.
Lyft announced that riders and drivers must agree to a “Personal Health Certification.”
American Express gave a number of cardholders credits against annual fees. René wrote about Amex cards’ new statement credits posting, too. All this comes after Amex is reportedly clawing back airline incidental credits from two years ago.
A recent study found that nearly half of Americans might not fly until COVID-19 is completely gone.
When we do fly again, will airlines welcome back points enthusiasts (sometimes referred to as “gamers”)?
I theorized on how hotels may change when travel rebounds. I also asked readers if they’ll take advantage of buffets in airport and hotel lounges.
Things got bloody ugly — literally — during a recent Spirit flight.
A pair of YouTubers tipped their hotel housekeeper $500!
A man allegedly walking on a runway apparently was struck and killed by a Southwest flight.
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