Nothing says obsession like creating spreadsheets of the credit cards you’re churning so you can get a chance to fly in Singapore’s suites.
When I hear about people mileage running, I want to wince. Who wants to spend six days in the air just to gain status?
Domestic first class isn’t all that great but there is one scenario that upgrading might actually be worth it.
Last month, United changed their frequent flyer program to reward flyers based on how much money they spent.
Perhaps I’m regretting the fact that I didn’t try to requalify for Star Alliance Gold last year, but I really do miss my lounge benefits.
If you follow any travel blog, you probably know that the Chase Sapphire Preferred gets peddled around the most like a cheap whore.
The WebFlyer mileage calculator is the tool you’d want to turn to if you want to look up distances between two locations.
Is it possible United has finally managed to do something right? Seriously, I’m still not happy about you guys jacking up your change fee.
Business travelers just don’t travel the way normal people do. They live in a slightly different world: flat-bed seats, priority boarding and porcelain trays flacked by pressed suits. But the industry, as we currently know it, probably won’t look the same in a decade, as airlines slowly become more connected.