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Mar 4, 20, 7:24 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 3,804
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I just got 3 free tickets from Haneda to Sapporo...

I just got 3 free tickets from Haneda to Sapporo for this July. It was supper easy to apply. Just do it at 10 a.m. E.S.T (midnight in Japan). Me and my kids already had a trip booked with points.
Aug 5, 18, 5:31 am
Replies: 1,941
Views: 328,253
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Thanks,Smiley90 and Bryan Tran. I was kinda...

Thanks,Smiley90 and Bryan Tran. I was kinda hoping I would be able to make AKL the destination. I have a couple of specific stopovers in mind. Not to be, I guess
Aug 3, 18, 11:14 am
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Views: 328,253
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I've been saving Aeroplan for years. I am at...

I've been saving Aeroplan for years. I am at 267,000 and looking to book 3 tickets YYZ-AKL in 2019. I would like to do TPAC and TATL. If the MPM for YYZ-AKL is 15,068, how is it even possilbe to fly...
Oct 14, 13, 8:47 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

MS $3000/month for 3 months in Canada?

Received this email this past week.

..."for a limited time, you can earn up to 45,000 Avios.

Simply go to ba.com and apply for the RBC British Airways Visa Infinite card. Upon approval, you'll...
Sep 21, 13, 12:42 pm
Replies: 125
Views: 30,314
Posted By canadianpilgrim

My personal haul was 29k AC EQM and RDM for $0...

My personal haul was 29k AC EQM and RDM for $0 and I didn't even have to fly. How can anything be better than that for earning miles?
Sep 15, 13, 4:34 pm
Replies: 740
Views: 128,741
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I'm kind of out of the MR game this year, but in...

I'm kind of out of the MR game this year, but in years past, this has always been my first instinct. flyertalkers know what to do with the info, so post it here. It will do the most good for the...
Jul 12, 13, 1:10 pm
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I remember landing in Bahrain, Aug. 24, 2000 on...

I remember landing in Bahrain, Aug. 24, 2000 on Gulf Air. I was travelling with my sister and her friend. Thankfully, it was a quick connection. On board our connecting flight to Bombay, I was trying...
Jul 11, 13, 3:39 pm
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Thanks. No sliding scale, eh? I'm not...

Thanks.

No sliding scale, eh?

I'm not some air travel paranoid looking for 100% guarantees. I live beside a nuclear power plant. I once took a 45 minute helicopter ride in India with my wife...
Jul 11, 13, 3:23 pm
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Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

The pilots got in the cockpit and started making...

The pilots got in the cockpit and started making errors just like every other pilot. It's only a question of how many, what type and magnitude. Were those errors a non-factor, only contributing...
Jul 11, 13, 3:06 pm
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

These IOSA audit reports are confidential...

These IOSA audit reports are confidential belonging to the auditee. I wonder if a journalist requested the latest Asiana audit report, if Asiana would release it? I'm sure the NTSB has had the latest...
Jul 11, 13, 1:42 pm
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

In the nuclear industry, we have international...

In the nuclear industry, we have international orgs like INPO and WANO that conduct audits and rate nuclear stations. Any such creature in the airline industry? Or do the standards in reporting...
Jul 11, 13, 1:27 pm
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

The last few days I have been, in my spare time,...

The last few days I have been, in my spare time, trying to find the rate at which pilots make mistakes/errors during takeoff and landing. I can't find it. So this is total hearsay, but it's something...
Jul 11, 13, 10:09 am
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Once the official report comes out, its contents...

Once the official report comes out, its contents will be reviewed not just by the airline business, but by other industries. The nuclear industry that I am in, will pay particular attention. The WANO...
Jul 10, 13, 12:54 pm
Replies: 3,407
Views: 584,449
Posted By canadianpilgrim

[QUOTE=adamj023;21070357]Doesn't say anything...

[QUOTE=adamj023;21070357]Doesn't say anything vital or interesting.

Asiana's 1st 777 was delivered in 2001. For a total of 12 years with the 777, they have not had a single fatality on any of...
Apr 2, 13, 8:12 am
Replies: 100
Views: 8,670
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I like this proposal, provided it has a one major...

I like this proposal, provided it has a one major tweak. It's not the bloggers that I'm interested in discussing (sorry, it just isn't). It's the blogs and their contents. I could care less about the...
Mar 8, 13, 2:22 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I'm looking to do an App-O-Rama. Here's the cards...

I'm looking to do an App-O-Rama. Here's the cards either already in my wallet or on my hitlist. Am I missing any?

Marriott Rewards(r) Premier Visa(r) Card 5 free nights with the card. ...
Mar 6, 13, 12:48 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I can confirm this to be true:( I was all...

I can confirm this to be true:(

I was all set to purchase a bunch. Hopefully, it's another glitch, not the end of business.
Mar 4, 13, 3:12 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Thanks for the detailed info. So not really...

Thanks for the detailed info. So not really feasible for most Canadians.

"Well if you've got one of those chase canada cards with no fx, you can shuffle around 1000 marriott points per month."
...
Mar 3, 13, 7:39 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Amazon Payments

Anyone in Canada using Amazon Payments? It seems you need a Social Security Number. Is it available to Canadian residents?
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Feb 22, 13, 2:37 pm
Replies: 28
Views: 9,124
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Does anyone actually have a Pivot Visa at...

Does anyone actually have a Pivot Visa at PetroCanada? Is there a $2000/month limit?
Feb 20, 13, 6:01 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Quote: Originally Posted by AA_EXP09 A...

Quote:
Originally Posted by AA_EXP09
A better option would be using a Scotia 4% cash back AMEX.
I buy GCs to the paces I like and I also buy $250 GCs for a $7.49 fee, in which my net result is...
Feb 18, 13, 9:32 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Depending on traffic and border crossing times,...

Depending on traffic and border crossing times, I'm about 3 hours away.
Feb 17, 13, 6:40 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

Here's a reloadable card; the Petro Canada PIVOT...

Here's a reloadable card; the Petro Canada PIVOT Prepaid Visa Card

http://retail.petro-canada.ca/en/creditcards/4661.aspx

Here's the basic method for churning
...
Feb 17, 13, 5:41 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

So I honestly don't know the method or any...

So I honestly don't know the method or any necessary tricks associated with Vanilla reloads, but from the Canadian FAQs for Vanilla MC giftcards;

"Can I reload my prepaid card?
The Card is not...
Feb 17, 13, 1:11 pm
Replies: 144
Views: 86,952
Posted By canadianpilgrim

I didn't think they were available in Canada....

I didn't think they were available in Canada. However, your post prompted me to look again. We do have it. I guess I need to learn how to churn this.
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