Delta Air Lines DAL Investors Day 2019 Highlights (from a frequent flyer’s perspective)!
Bad news if you were hoping maybe Delta would ditch first class monetization and Medallion complimentary upgrades become more frequent.
Highlights from Delta Air Lines DAL Q3 Investors Call (from a Frequent Flyer’s Viewpoint)!
Delta’s $DAL Q4-16 Investors day yields even MORE bad news for SkyMiles (but not Medallions)!
Delta re-announced the deal that Delta is again getting more E190 jets as well as more 737-900ers. You can read the PR release HERE on the Delta PR-SPIN hub. Here is the deal folks. Richard Anderson himself said in the Q3 earnings call: “Those orders will be canceled” and yet, apparently, they never were canceled with Boeing. Shocker? No not really. It seems like this order never really was dependent on Delta forcing a bad contract on the pilots who keep us safe up in the air. Humm… Will be fun to see what the VP’s and CEO says tomorrow during the investors day broadcast! I have to say the way Delta is treating this highly respected group of professional men and women really bothers me. If Delta thinks they can treat them as arrogantly as they have treated those in the SkyMiles frequent flyer program, they are about to…
Work from Hotel packages may become all the rage. What do you reasonably expect — and need — to comfortably work on the road?
A travel vlogger is singing praises for how Disney World handled its reopening.
And all of Delta’s A350s (as opposed just a handful of them) are back and flying again.
Massive Delta Job Cuts on the way while Delta may Change Executive Pay, Cyprus to pay if you get COVID19, Uber scraps eBikes
Do the airlines want us points enthusiasts (gamers) back once it is safe to fly again?
Here’s a warning not to get too drunk before a flight: your symptoms mirror those of coronavirus’. PETA threw Alaska Airlines a bone after the carrier ended a 40-year sponsorship.
Those are some of today’s travel headlines I want to share with you!
Just one 2019 weekend remains after this. Where has the year gone? Heck, where did this week go?
I’ve had several hours to examine and digest the changes Delta and American Express announced today for their co-branded credit cards.
Below are my thoughts about the major changes, as well as some alternatives if you’re fed up with the Delta Amexes.
Preparing for Your 2020 Delta Medallion Year. What you Must Look at RIGHT NOW!
It was a busy week on the blog filled with great reader comments — thank you!
Here’s the week that was here at Rene’s Points:
During Delta’s quarterly investors’ call this week, mothership brass revealed a surge in premium seat purchases. But more cushy seats sold = fewer seats for Medallions to enjoy complimentary upgrades.