Allow me to geek out a bit and let me talk about what I consider to be the ultimate form of travel. Let’s talk about our return to manned spaceflight here in the US.
All, we’ve made it nearly halfway through 2020. But, 2019 might as well have been over a thousand years ago, right? And given the drastically different circumstances, let’s do a mid-2020 points and miles update.
Amidst the major reduction in air travel caused by the novel coronavirus, the Mad Dog ends its US commercial service with one final, toned-down celebratory flight with Delta Air Lines.
A little over a year ago, Hawaii celebrated the arrival of Southwest Airlines and the new competition they brought. But, now, we’re losing some competition as two Hawaii-based airlines agree to merge.
The other day, Governor David Ige announced the ending of inter-island travel quarantines. That same day we got a look at what travel will look like as Hawaiian Air demonstrates its new safety measures.
For weeks now, many officials in Hawaii have been calling for Hawaii’s Governor to begin to allow intra-state travel to return. And, guess what. It turns out that Hawaii is ending its inter-island quarantine requirements soon.