While Hurricane Isais continues its path toward the eastern United States, Delta Air Lines issued a change fee waiver for airports in several major metropolitan markets such as Baltimore & Washington, D.C., New York, and Philadelphia.
American Express announced three 10X bonus categories to their suite of cobranded Marriott credit cards.
Most of us have seen (or maybe examined by) scent-detecting dogs at airports. These pooches search for drugs, bombs, and other contraband (like fruit!).
But a study at the University of Pennsylvania’s veterinary school reveals dogs trained to detect COVID-19 in human urine are scoring impressive numbers:
A new Marriott Amex Offer gives targeted cardholders the opportunity to save $50 when spending at least $200 on room rates and room charges at participating Marriott Bonvoy hotels.
The world has a new champ in the “busiest airport” category — and it might not be one you’d expect.
You might want to read this during the day time.
Wyndham is betting there’s a demographic hungry for timeshares: millennials.
Plus, Hollywood’s iconic Chateau Marmont reportedly will become a private club.
Delta Air Lines announced today change fees will be waived for any flights departing March through December 31, 2020, plus all tickets purchased between March 1 – August 31, 2020.
Surprises are sometimes fun in the points and miles world.
My wife and I were recently reminded of that when we received Shop Small credits we didn’t expect!
It looks like we may have to confront a potentially uncomfortable decision: would we ride a plane that flies itself and has no pilots?
A famous Las Vegas resort is for sale. And one more is rumored for demolition.
Plus, a big fight broke out at a Hard Rock hotel. But least most of the participants wore masks.
Airlines are getting stricter about enforcing mask rules.
American, Delta, and United said offenders risk bans from their respective airlines.
Delta flight 1227 from Detroit to Atlanta departed late this past Thursday after the airline kicked off two passengers who refused to wear masks during the trip. Delta also reportedly banned 120 passengers (maybe it’s 122 after last week’s incident) who violated the airline’s mask rules.
Something I’ve seen on social media and heard from others is a sentiment saying basically, If one airline bans you for not wearing a mask, the others should, too.
Most of the Tweets in question deal with people in the political sphere and/or included some NSFW language. Both of these generally trigger some readers, and the Comments section becomes a virtual political rally and/or a forum of hurt feelings.
But some of the “publishable” portions of Tweets include:
“He should be banned from ALL flights on ALL airlines. Anyone who cannot obey the mask policy needs to receive a LIFETIME ban. That will put a stop to his no-mask [redacted].”
“It should be a lifetime ban, and every airline should join in solidarity.”
Which leads me to wonder: