Can you blame them? Delta apparently doesn’t enjoy the dark humor of a COVID-19 strain coincidentally bearing the airline’s name. So what do they call it?
Bad news for all of you looking to drop 73 large on a round-the-world cruise. It’s sold out.
We’ll get to those headlines and many more in a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this past week at Eye of the Flyer.
A Delta Air Lines flight attendant reportedly told a reporter that serving drinks to first class passengers is her most important job— even more crucial than mask mandate enforcement.
My family trip in the Bay Area last week literally took an interesting turn.
Take a breath if you don’t like the new Amex Platinum changes. Don’t cancel your card yet. Here’s why.
Some Delta itineraries show the “accelerated” MQM and MQD earnings. But others show nothing.
There was another Delta Schedule Change Saturday last week. Heck, there’ll probably be another one this week, too.
The travel and points blogosphere went wild with speculation that Delta SkyMiles wouldn’t be an American Express Membership Rewards points transfer partner after next month. That’s not true.
In fact, Delta and Amex’s relationship seems nothing but rosy. That was one of the things discussed in the Delta Q2 earnings call.
We’re frequently asked, “Which card is better? The Chase Freedom Unlimited and Chase Freedom Flex? Which one do you think I should get?” Here’s a comparison that may help you decide.
Three Hilton Amexes released new offers this week.
Delta is beefing up its fleet.
Here’s some news for my fellow Los Angeles-area Delta Air Lines flyers.
Watch a cruise passenger have a maritime meltdown when she’s escorted off a ship — after testing positive for COVID-19.
Beaches near in LAX are open again after this little incident.
Android users: is Delta saying you have to upgrade your phone?
Last but not least, we found a couple of mileage runs:
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