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My Delta Million Miler flight – The planning & start of the run to Japan My Delta Million Miler flight – TSA at Chicago O’Hare ORD Airport My Delta Million Miler flight – Delta 777 Delta One Business class review to Japan NRT Narita Airport My Delta Million Miler flight – Delta Gogo International Satellite Speed Review My Delta Million Miler flight – 2016 Delta One TUMI Amenity Kit Black and Gray Review My Delta Million Miler flight – Narita NRT Airport outside observation Deck My Delta Million Miler flight – IASS Priority Pass Lounge Review NRT Narita Airport My Delta Million Miler flight – Korean Air Lounge Review NRT Narita Airport My Delta Million Miler flight – Delta Sky Club NRT Narita Airport near Gate 21 My Delta Million Miler flight – Delta Sky Club NRT Narita Airport near Gate 15 My Delta Million Miler flight – Delta 747…

Atlanta F International concourse Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta E concourse Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta A concourse Center Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta A concourse Near A17 Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta B concourse Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta B concourse Near B10 Delta Sky Club Review (Now Closed) Atlanta B concourse Near B25 Delta Sky Club Review (Now Closed) Atlanta C concourse Near C37 Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta D concourse Near D12 Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta D concourse Near D27 Delta Sky Club Review Atlanta T concourse Near T6 Delta Sky Club Review This may seem like a strange image to open up the review of arguably the best Sky Club in the Delta system, but for most folks you will be taking the “plane train” to the F concourse. When you step off, the best choice is NOT to take 3 escalators to the top.…

In this ad Delta put out they say the “The Only Way is Up”. Well, I think I clearly showed that over the past few years #KeepDescending has been a strong focus for Delta. But that is not to say it has been ALL bad. But folks even fly bad airlines when the price is cheap enough so it takes more than that – right? So to respond to my challenger (you know who you are, Bob) I thought I would point out, as a counter point, all the good and truly impressive things Delta has changed or improved over the past few years. Now there are some conditions to this and some specifics to my methodology. I am NOT counting things that were once good, were cut, then improved again. For example, Delta is adding back a 4th row of domestic 1st class to some ex-NWA birds, but they…

* Review Dallas DFW Centurion Club (OLD CLUB NOW CLOSED) * The NEW Dallas DFW American Express Centurion Lounge 2018 * Review Miami MIA DFW Centurion Club * Review San Francisco SFO Centurion Club * Review Las Vegas LAS Centurion Club * Review LaGuardia LGA Centurion Club * Review Seattle SEA Centurion “Studio” Club If you have never visited the above Centurion Clubs by American Express you are really missing out. You can get entrance for you and up to two guests with either the:    The Platinum Card from American Express <—LINK The Business Platinum Card from American Express <—LINK If you find on your travels you will frequent airports with Centurion Clubs either of these cards can be a real value to you for access to the clubs. You will need a same day departing or arrival boarding pass and ID to enter. Miami airport, much…

Finding Level 1 Delta business class awards to Europe (Sweden) – Part 1 Virgin Atlantic Upper Class outbound via Manchester – Part 2 The Escape Lounge Manchester T3 – Part 3 KLM Euro business class to Amsterdam & Gothenburg – Part 4 The smallest lounge EVER – the Ford business class lounge in Gothenburg GOT- Part 5 The Club Carlson Park Inn by Radisson Stockholm – Part 6 Hertz Presidents Circle GOLD club rental in Sweden – Part 7 KLM Euro business class to Amsterdam & Manchester – Part 8 The KLM Crown Lounge Amsterdam #25 – Part 9 ASPIRE lounge #26 Amsterdam AMS Priority Pass lounge review – Part 10 SPG Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel Schiphol suite review- Part 11 The Escape Lounge Manchester T2 for Virgin Atlantic Upper Class guests review- Part 12 Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Manchester to Atlanta – Part 13 Final thoughts, costs and Virgin…

I was invited to attend the “press” opening of the “enhanced” new gates at JFK this past Tuesday. I say press opening as it was already open for use a few days before the event. I had a previous engagement that day so I really could not make it and this despite the fact that I, shockingly, could find low level Delta award seats out of SBN to JFK the day before the event and back home the day after. But the real reason I did not go was I just don’t care much about JFK and neither should you. Here is why: 1) Its too dang long. I hope you like walking. I mean from one end to the other can take 20+ minutes at a normal pace. Take your time walking and it’s like half an hour end to end. No thanks. 2) Weather in NYC. It is…

A Miami Mileage Run: The VIP lounge at MIA & positioning flight A Miami Mileage Run: The run to Phoenix A Miami Mileage Run: The Sheraton MIA & time in Miami A Miami Mileage Run: The Delta Skyclub in MIA A Miami Mileage Run: The totals & the flight home After a really nice ride down to Miami, and a fun quick visit to the VIP Lounge it was time to head to the gate. Most of my upgrades had cleared pre-run including this quick ride up to Atlanta. It was a really nice day in the Miami area and I almost hated to leave. Especially when, The city looks oh so inviting as we climbed out on the way back north. Then even more so when you see Miami beach including what looks like some really nice golf courses below me. I guess really big time #FirstWorldProblems when you…

  Two weeks ago today as part of my visit to Delta I, with help from readers and my fellow blogger MJ on Travel  setup a mini DeltaDO or get together. But how does one get that many folks into a Skyclub with many of them residing in ATL and not flying? The solution was hit upon by reader, Eric who said we could just rent a Regus conference room at a Skyclub and then all who were going to attend could get a gate pass to proceed through the TSA checkpoint. The reason for this was many fold. First, we did not want to needlessly book fully refundable tickets on Delta that we had no intention to fly just to get past TSA (we do really like Delta after all). I was told that Delta could put our TSA Pre Check numbers or our Known Traveler Numbers into this…

There is just about no way for this to come across not sounding arrogant, thus my choice of the photo above. And once again, before the comments roll in about donating my points, giving away points is a really dumb idea as I donate “cash” that is I use my FlexPerks card as I earn 3x or a net 6% back vs. dumping my miles to charity. Back on point; when one has so many points what points does one choose for a trip? Well this post is what I do and not necessarily what you should do. This is my thinking and my issues and you can glean what you will and perhaps consider some of the info to make your booking choices. The advantage of having so many points is when you want to go from A to B you can look at all the different airlines that…

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