Why premium economy is more attractive than biz on Delta’s latest plane, Marriott’s new CEO talks Bonvoy benefits and more
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On the retrofitted Boeing 767-300, Delta’s outdated business-class product makes the Premium Select cabin even more attractive than ever before.
Anthony “Tony” Capuano, Marriott’s new CEO, met with TPG for an hour for a wide-ranging interview about the state of the industry and his vision for Marriott.
Delta Air Lines just cut poorly performing six routes from its network, all of which are from hubs or focus cities.
A special report from The Points Guy looking at the best airlines in the U.S. in 2021 based on delays, cancellations, lost baggage, loyalty and much more.
The Chicago-based carrier will pull out of Paine Field Airport (PAE) in Everett, Washington, on Oct. 5, when the final flight departs to United’s Denver hub.
Americans will need an Electronic Travel Authorization form to visit South Korea, come September 2021.
‘I’m on the first big cruise ship to sail to Alaska in nearly 2 years. It’s so empty, it feels like my own private yacht’
Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas departed from Seattle for Alaska on Monday — a milestone moment in the comeback of cruising.
Planning a trip to the Maldives? Prepare for some added costs. Beginning in 2022, travelers will have to pay a fee to leave the archipelago by air, thanks to a new departure tax.
Spirit adds 2 new routes from Atlantic City, including its first international flight from the airport
Spirit Airlines is expanding in its Atlantic City, New Jersey operating base with two new routes, including the airport’s first international flight in nearly six years.
If you’re scheduled to fly JetBlue, Spirit, United or any of the other carriers flying from Newark, it could make sense to change your plans.
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