Delta Boost Spirits for International Economy Class Passengers — Literally

As a holiday gift meant to keep on giving all year long if you are a frequent flier who travels internationally in the economy class cabin and enjoys alcoholic beverages, Delta Air Lines now offers complimentary spirits on international flights in all cabin classes where one of those classes of service is Business Elite — effective immediately. Prior to this new policy…

Double Redeemable MileagePlus Miles Between Seattle and Select West Coast Cities — But…

If you are a frequent flier who travels to or from Seattle often, you are most likely quite happy these days. You can earn double MileagePlus frequent flier loyalty program miles when you fly as a passenger now through May 31, 2014 on aircraft operated by United Airlines or United Express on non-stop flights between Seattle and San Francisco, Anchorage, Portland or Los Angeles International Airport. However, you must…

Up to 100 Percent Bonus on Shared US Airways Dividend Miles — But Hurry…

If you have been looking to share your US Airways Dividend Miles with someone — or if you would like someone to share them with you — now is the time to do so: you could receive a 100 percent bonus on the amount of Dividend Miles shared with the latest promotion by US Airways. The amount of Dividend Miles which you may share is capped at a maximum of 50,000 Dividend Miles — meaning that the recipient will receive a maximum of 100,000 Dividend Miles — and the minimum amount of Dividend Miles you may share where your recipient receives the bonus of 100 percent is 30,000 Dividend Miles. However, you need to act fast: this promotion is only on through…

Supreme Court Justices to Review Case by Frequent Flier

The justices of the Supreme Court of the United States will hold one hour of oral arguments on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 pertaining to the review of the case of S. Binyomin Ginsberg — a rabbi who flies frequently to give lectures but his Northwest Airlines WorldPerks frequent flier loyalty program account was unceremoniously revoked in June of 2008 because he supposedly had the audacity to file 24 complaints within a period of eight months about the airline’s service and sought compensation which resulted in $1,925.00 in travel credit vouchers, $491.00 in cash reimbursements, 78,500 WorldPerks frequent flier loyalty program miles…

Manufacturing Weapons AFTER Passing Through Airport Security Checkpoints?

Ever since the tragic events of September 11, 2001 — where ordinary box cutters were used to kill pilots and overtake the cockpits of four airplanes during their flights — I have always thought that virtually anything can be used as a weapon aboard a commercial aircraft. Evan Booth apparently had similar thoughts. The difference between Booth and I is that he actually demonstrated what he thought by converting actual ordinary items into potentially lethal weapons — something I had no desire to ever attempt to prove. FlyerTalk member skwashd first discovered a weapon created by Booth called BLUNDERBUSSness Class with items — including but not limited to a hair dryer, magazines, a condom…

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