Airlines change policies in reaction to United’s overbooking fiasco!

delta overbooking policy change

In a swift move, airlines are making reactive policy changes in the aftermath of the United overbooking debacle. Delta has changed its compensation policy in relation to overbooked flights. Previously they offered between $800-$1350 at the max end of their compensation, which has now been amended to between $2000-$9950. Whilst Delta has a great run […]

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Frequent Flyers tired of hotel chains? Let us introduce: Wanup!

Sometimes when battling the constant stress of business travel and the same old hotel stays – you need a little something as a business flyer that makes the trip a bit sweeter. However, when it comes to frequent flying – it is all about loyalty programmes and getting the right kind of perks! But, what […]

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The Best Airport Tips We’ve Ever Seen!

guys on heelys

Airport tips for travelling in 3019-style! Well…this guy has got the right idea, using heelys to get around the airport ? We’re loving the entrepreneurialism here!! What other options do you have for speeding through the airport and letting others eat your dust ?? Not into shoes with wheels…more of a skateboard fan? Olaf scooters […]

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3 Frequent Flyer Tips For The Best And Cheapest Flights!

denver-airport

Ah, the troubles of the frequent flyer… Sometimes it can be a bit of a minefield trying to navigate getting the cheapest and best flight as a regular traveller. You’re bouncing around the globe a lot, you want to reap the benefits, save money and get good perks. The Two-Way Trick It’s smart to search […]

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Frequent Flyer Programme: It’s More Than Points!

status runs

The Frequent Flyer Programme of today, really, put point out the window. Where the real impact lies, is with status. The golden word: S T A T U S – you need to cultivate and look after your status, like it is the last born child of the world, this is the thing that is […]

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Frequent flyers: Laptop ban could leave you at a loose end when travelling.

working on planes

  Earlier this week it was leaked that the US authorities are going to require airlines from eight nations to ban passengers from having any electronic device larger than a cellphone on to the plane. The ban affects ten airpots, including: Cairo International, Egypt Dubai international, UAE Abu Dhabi international,¬†UAE Kuwait International, Kuwait Mohammaed V, […]

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