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Category Archives: Airlines
Thanks to the sour economy, elite status in the big network airline frequent flyer programs is available for half of the miles normally necessary, provided you fly by 15 June. Since United is the only carrier that serves Chico Ill … Continue reading
OK, I thought Id scare you with this ominous, 1984-ish term. Are you shaking? Really, you shouldnt be. Heres all that you need to be ready for. Effective 1 May 2009, the Transportation Security Administration requires that airlines and travel … Continue reading
In an earlier post I recommended to readers that they always reconfirm airline reservations in order to not be caught unaware of itinerary changes made by the airline after booking. In this post I would like to take this a … Continue reading
If you want this to be the quickest blog read ever then just take the following message to heart and go on to something else: Always reconfirm airline reservations! Would you care to know why you should? Then you have … Continue reading
Google Reader (which I love and posted about recently) has an Amazon-like feature that suggests other blogs one might be interested in based on those to which the reader already subscribes. Thats how I heard about PlaneBuzz. PlaneBuzz is a … Continue reading
There have been some interesting developments recently with Southwest Airlines. Southwest to New York LaGuardia Some readers may recall that Southwest had a codeshare arrangement with the now defunct ATA (American Trans Air). This tie-up allowed Southwest to market travel … Continue reading
Rather than write one long post about my trip, Im going to write three shorter posts over the next few days. This first one is about Burbank airports convenience for transit connections elsewhere in the region. The second post will … Continue reading
Qantas, the Australian flag carrier, launched service yesterday with the Airbus 380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft. After arriving from Australia, Qantas operated a ceremonial flight-to-nowhere from LAX up the coast to do a flyover and U-turn over San Francisco. … Continue reading
Todays post is a compendium of airline news of possible interest to area travelers, plus a link at the end to an educational post on Airfarewatchdog.coms blog. I will periodically – but not on a regular schedule – offer these … Continue reading