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.
According to Quartz, rich Americans like the aisle seat the best. Now that’s just classist.
Slate recently made the case for dressing nicely for a plane, train or bus ride. It encouraged the tracksuit travelers of the world to put a little effort into their outfits.
It’s not often that I meet someone crazier than me. Ben Schlappig has been running the One Mile at a Time blog since early 2008, so I caught up with this veteran to see if he’s had any tips he’s picked up along the way.
Does it look like a pair of boobs to you? For some people, the new logo looks like a butt. I’m actually not here to talk about either.
Last month, United changed their frequent flyer program to reward flyers based on how much money they spent.