Earn Up to 10,070 Bonus Wyndham Rewards Points

Earn 2,014 bonus Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program points with every stay at a participating hotel property — starting with your second qualifying stay — up to a maximum of 10,070 Wyndham Rewards frequent guest loyalty program points for six stays, which includes the five qualifying stays after the first stay. You must first register for this promotion — although at least one FlyerTalk member is experiencing problems with…

Air Travel Tax in Ireland to Be Abolished in 2014; Aer Lingus Sues Irish State

The air travel tax in Ireland will be abolished as of April 1, 2014 — and Aer Lingus is suing the State for approximately €61.4 million. The air travel tax in Ireland — €2.00 per passenger on flights departing from airports within 300 kilometers of Dublin and €10.00 per passenger on all other flights departing from airports elsewhere in Ireland — was introduced by…

Earn Up To 20,000 Asia Miles With Non-Airline Partners

Through November 30, 2013, you can earn up to a maximum of 20,000 bonus Cathay Pacific Asia Miles with eligible transactions from select partners which are not airlines — provided that you register for this promotion before participating. Accumulate the following Asia Miles from eligible partners listed below and earn bonus Asia Miles…

Get Energy From Exercising at This Hotel — Literally

With one exception, FlyerTalk members have posted favorable comments about the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol South — Cadbury House hotel property since 2009. One of the aspects of the hotel property which have been praised is the extensive health and spa facilities — but the equipment used for exercising in that facility can now generate electricity, according to…

Superstitions of Travelers: How Odd Can They Be?

Would you have any aversion to traveling as a passenger from Singapore to Helsinki during Friday the 13th on an aircraft operating as Finnair flight 666? Northwest Airlines once reissued a ticket whose original number had 666 included in it for FlyerTalk member cerealmarketer — and there was no charge for the reissued ticket. Would you refuse to remove your shoes until the light for the seat belt is not lit anymore while aboard an airplane as a passenger — and would that be considered more of a safety ritual than a superstition? Superstitions are…

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