As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the US, some travel seems to be getting more pessimistic about our return to "normal." Delta Air Lines, in particular, seems to be throwing in the towel already as Delta extends elite statuses for another year. Now the question becomes - will others follow? … [Read more...] about Delta Extends Elite Statuses Another Year
Is the US headed towards another wave of the virus? It certainly looks like it. As a result, ever so slowly, airlines are making concessions to their most loyal customers. And so we see another airline making these concessions with the Delta fast-track to 2022 status, though they have other changes coming too. … [Read more...] about Delta Fast-Track to 2022 Status + Other Changes
Say bye-bye to airline ticket change fees as United, Delta, and American drop their domestic ticket change fees. Much like everything else, though, each airline did things their own way. … [Read more...] about Bye-Bye Airline Ticket Change Fees!
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. … [Read more...] about The Mad Dog Ends US Commercial Service
The Fed cut rates, the markets are yo-yo-ing, and COVID-19 is still spreading. So here's the updated COVID-19 airline waivers for all U.S. carriers. … [Read more...] about Updated COVID-19 Airline Waivers
While things appear to be improving a little in China, the novel coronavirus is spreading elsewhere around the world. And we're now beginning to see further impacts from the situation as Hawaiian suspends flights amid COVID-19 concerns. … [Read more...] about Hawaiian Suspends Flights Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Apparently, the figuring which airline was most on-time in 2019 is big business. Two companies compiled data to answer this question but, somehow, drew different conclusions. … [Read more...] about Which Airline Was Most On-Time in 2019?
How much do you think about the quality of water on airplanes when you fly? Well, the 2019 airline water quality study will have you thinking about this if you weren't already. … [Read more...] about The 2019 Airline Water Quality Study
When will it end?! Even more credit card news came out the other day with a mix of bad and good. But, the biggest question I have from it all is so this is how Amex fixes crowding issues? … [Read more...] about So This is How Amex Fixes Crowding Issues?
As Delta began accepting deliveries of their new Airbus A220s, it was largely believed that they begin phasing out their Boeing 717s. That doesn't appear to be the case anymore, however, as Delta decides to keep their Boeing 717s through to at least 2030. … [Read more...] about Delta Decides to Keep Their Boeing 717s