Cashback through various websites when booking travel has become very popular in recent years but it has become increasingly difficult to find workable cashback with decent rates for hotel stays, especially Marriott.
Qantas today announced a status extension policy for its Frequent Flyer program members in Australia and New Zealand + rolling over Status Credits to the next membership year.
Members whose status year ends between March 31 – December 31, 2021, can extend theirs by taking a Qantas flight between November 23 – and the expiry of their tier to have it extended by 12 months.
Comair, a British Airways franchise in South Africa grounded all of its flights this spring amid covid lockdowns in the country and filed for business rescue (a form of bankruptcy protection).
Now, the airline has been able to secure financing and is in the process of restarting operations. Flights are scheduled to take off on December 9, 2020, based on information the airline has filed.
Airlines have been pushing preflight Covid-19 PCR testing as a way to open up international travel safely, and there have been separate studies that have concluded that inflight infections are sporadic.
A study done in New Zealand has come to a different conclusion. An asymptomatic but highly contagious passenger, who had tested negative preflight, ended up infecting 5% of the flight’s passengers (4 infections – 86 passengers).
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Finnair and their midweek business class excursion round trip fares between Paris (CDG), France and Los Angeles (LAX), USA, which allows booking on American Airlines or British Airways codesahres.
British Airways Will Be Selling A Range Of First Class Items Such As Cutlery From Monday, November 23rd
A leaked post from the British Airways Intranet revealed that the airline will start a sale of certain First Class items tomorrow, mostly tableware and other things you usually find when flying BA First.
Delta Air Lines and WestJet decided to call off their planned US-Canada trans-border joint venture after the U.S government required changes for it to go forward.
The airlines would have needed to relinquish 16 take-off and landing slots at the New York’s La Guardia airport and exclude WestJet’s Swoop from the alliance.