This could get ugly. An airline CEO said flights will divert if people don’t wear masks.
Chase relaunched its United Club Infinite credit card today — with a fairly generous welcome offer and new bonus categories.
Would you donate SkyMiles to a Delta Air Lines employee who goes above and beyond?
The people who gave us the What Happens Here, Stays Here Las Vegas ads are back. Spoiler alert: the commercial isn’t very funny.
And one traveler shares her experience waiting seven hours for permission to leave the airport after she arrived in Hong Kong.
Plus, Delta is resuming some more flights next month.
Delta now allows you to “Virtually” flush your Skymiles (but sadly, they really go away)!
We’ve learned that Delta Air Lines is considering converting some of its aircraft to all an-Delta One seating configuration for…
A longtime Delta Air Lines flight attendant who died of coronavirus made her final trip this week.
On a lighter note, some bikinis will soon come with face masks.
Despite a low number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, Seychelles has banned cruise ships until at least 2022. Arizona, however, reopened…
Passengers with connecting flights have one more thing to worry about right now: actually reaching their final destination on time.
If you think three months has been a long time, air travel as we knew it (or at least, as close to that) might not be seen again for three years.
And when flights ramp up again, it’s possible we’ll see two rows dedicated to passengers exhibiting coronavirus symptoms.
The Blue Angels apparently encountered an unwelcome guest during their #AmericaStrong flyover in Detroit this week: a high flying drone…
Delta made a rather surprising announcement this morning: the airline is retiring its fleet of Boeing 777s.
Airlines, protective masks, and social distancing have been very much in the news recently. Travelers complained of full flights — including at least one with some passengers not donning masks.
Most airlines — and several airports — announced mask-wearing requirements for all travelers.
But a highly-publicized, Reuters investigative report said the “top three U.S. airlines have told their flight attendants not to force passengers to comply with their new policy requiring face coverings, just encourage them to do so.”
So the rules aren’t really rules, are they?