Delta Air Lines is apparently hiring someone whose job is to get the SkyMiles program to the top of frequent flyer lists.
Chase Ultimate Rewards points could become even more valuable.
CNBC wrote today that JPMorgan Chase agreed to purchase “technology platforms, travel agency, gift card and points businesses of cxLoyalty Group.”
What raised our eyebrows is that Chase ended most of its travel partnership with Connexions Loyalty in 2018 — and opted to go with Expedia instead.
Even with Moderna & Pfizer Vaccine News, Delta will likely have to Extend or Modify 2021 Medallion Status
Delta received some good news today: Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes paid a $300 million debt.
Aeromexico received a little lift while battling bankruptcy.
Plus, Virgin Atlantic will award elite miles on award flights.
Delta sure found itself getting lots of ink today.
Plus, Hawaii may welcome back tourists — but keep them inside a virtual bubble.
We now know a little bit about the 2020 Chicago Seminars!
This certainly is a nice surprise! I visited Rakuten this morning to see their new sign-up bonus, which I assumed would be about $10 or maybe even. $25. After all, the portal previously announced their $30 referral promotion would expire yesterday.
Still don’t have a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or identification card? Good news!
A Delta Connection passenger infected with coronavirus flew from JFK to upstate New York this past weekend.
A pair of Las Vegas casino-resort companies are stepping up to take care of their employees.
Those are some of the travel and aviation headlines I came across today and thought you, too, may find interesting
The last several months (especially the past few days) have been filled with travel warnings, a high profile helicopter crash, and constant concerns about a troubled passenger jet.
I wonder: how will these events affect travelers’ habits? Are they affecting yours?
Europe’s two largest air carriers — British Airways and Lufthansa — today suspended flights to Cairo, Egypt due to “security concerns.”
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.