Delta said goodbye to passenger flights on its MD-80 series aircraft this week. One writer documented one of those final journeys.
Plus, the mothership is resuming flights to Israel.
We’ll get to those headlines and many more in a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this week at Rene’s Points.
Two flight attendants gave us their takes on the current state and future of airline travel.
I drove through LAX on Friday afternoon — and it was empty. Very empty.
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Passengers had difficulty complying with an airline’s COVID-19 rules — so the carrier suspended all flights.
Is the famous American Express Centurion Card not in your wallet (or future)? You can order a personalized reproduction for your wall.
Speaking of Centurion-branding, the Amex Centurion Lounge in Vegas is being expanded.
Amex and Starbucks teamed up for a 5% statement credit on card reloads.
Some hotels are taking a sexy approach to attact couples to their properties.
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