Ahoy explains: Airline rules de-coded – Pt.1 Sequencing

airline ticketing rules

Ticket Rule: IF ANY OF THE COUPONS NOT USED IN THE SEQUENCE SHOWN ON THE TICKET REFUND OF UNUSED SEGMENTS AND YQ TAXES IS NOT PERMITTED. What in the world does this mean?!…? If you have A-B return flight, and you miss the A-B, you will 1. not be eligible to take the B-A flight 2. […]

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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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New Delta Routes – The Good Always Comes With The Bad…

Delta One Service

The Good – Delta has just announced two new transcontinental routes; first between LAX and DCA, second between BOs and SFO. Both will get the benefits of the lie-flat seats and full Delta One service. The Bad – Neither of the new Delta routes will be eligible for unlimited complimentary upgrades, not even for Medallion elites. […]

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When to transfer credit card points to travel partners?

frequent flyer credit card points

Question: When is the best time to move your points from any flexible points programme to your travel partners to redeem awards? Would doing it immediately transferring them be more advantageous than waiting? Answer:  The best time to move your points is exactly when you’re ready to use them, due to their flexibility ceasing the […]

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