Alaska Airlines has one of the
Alaska Airlines MVP Elite Status: How You Get it and What’s in it for You
Alaska Airlines has one of the
Blue Sky from American Express Review
Who is the Blue Sky from American Express Good For?The Blue Sky Card from American Express is not as popular as American Express’ other
Air Canada Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in It for You
In October 2014 Air Canada announced a set of changes to their Altitude elite program. As a reminder, Altitude is separate from Aeroplan, which is the general Air Canada
Just like its U.S. peers, Air Canada tightened the screws by adding the revenue component to the list of the Elite Status requirements. The new requirements don’t go into effect until 2017.
Chase Sapphire vs Gold Delta Amex: Which Card Is Right for You?
Not long ago I was planning a trip to visit family on the other side of the country and I wanted to pay for my flight with miles. Since my miles and points balances were low, I decided to get a new
Flying Blue Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in it for You
Flying Blue is the frequent flyer program of Air France and KLM, though it’s not limited to these two airlines. The Flying Blue program has also been adopted by Air Europa, Kenya Airways, Aircalin, HOP!, Twin Jet, and TAROM. In addition, the Flying Blue elite members enjoy elite privileges of the SkyTeam Alliance.
Emirates Skywards Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in it For You
One of the best and most glamorous airlines in the world, Emirates, isn’t a member of any alliances, but it is a transfer partner of American Express Membership Rewards and SPG programs, and it has a number of partners that you can
Virgin Atlantic Flying Club Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in it For You
Virgin Atlantic is not a member of any alliance, but it has 13 airline partners around the world. Also, Virgin Atlantic is the transfer partner of all four U.S.-based airline travel programs: American Express Membership Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest and Diners Club, which makes it easy to collect Flying Club miles outside of flying. If you fly Virgin Atlantic fairly often, you might consider pushing for elite status, which would certainly make it more pleasant.
Blue for Business Credit Card from American Express Review
Who is the Blue for Business Credit Card from American Express Good For?The Blue for Business credit card from American Express belongs to the Membership Rewards family. It’s a solid, no-annual-fee
New Barclaycard JetBlue Credit Cards Review
Who are Barclaycard JetBlue Cards Good For?JetBlue is one of the most respected domestic low-cost carriers, whose business model doesn’t include stripping bare the benefits and vital features people expect on the airplane.
Hawaiian Airlines Pualani Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in it For You
Despite being a legacy carrier, Honolulu-based Hawaiian Airlines doesn’t have a huge footprint in North America. Nor is it a member of an airline alliance. However, if you fly Hawaiian Airlines on a regular basis, elite status might be worthwhile.
The Insider Guide to Delta Sky Clubs
A tip of the hat is deserved toward Delta Air Lines for being the first of the major North American carriers to heavily invest in reinventing its lounge network.
Iberia Plus Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in It for You
After British Airways and Iberia merged, Avios became the default currency for Iberia. However, Iberia still maintains its own Iberia Plus frequent flyer program, and although there are some similarities between Executive Club and Iberia Plus, they operate separately.
The Insider Guide to United Clubs
United flyers have been pleasantly surprised over the past year thanks to significant investment being made in the airline’s club network and amenities. When the airline merged with Continental years ago, it acquired several more clubs into its vast network, which spans North America and
Extra Bonus Points With Virgin America’s Flights With Bennies Campaign
If you’re a member of Virgin America’s Elevate loyalty program you can get up to 2,500 points when you refer your friends, and if you’ve been thinking of joining, its a good time to get started because you’ll get 500 Elevate Points as a sign-up bonus.
Mileage Plus Ups PQMs for 2016
Have you wished you could earn elite status on United faster? Well, if you have it appears that United has been listening because they have upped the ante for their frequent flyer program double the PQM’s for premium seats.
Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business Card from American Express Review
Who is the Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business card from American Express Good For?If you are a business owner who values Delta SkyMiles and who needs a boost to achieve or maintain the elite Medallion Status, the Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business card can be the cornerstone of your strategy. Sure, the Platinum Delta card is not the only Delta business card out there.
American Airlines Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in it for You
American Airlines drastically changed AAdvantage in 2015, with revisions that would come up in stages. AAdvantage is making a transition to a partially revenue-based earning scheme, but unlike Delta, American Airlines is introducing the changes gradually.
Chase Sapphire Card vs. Barclaycard Arrival Plus World MasterCard
Travel Card Comparison: Chase Sapphire vs Barclaycard ArrivalAs a frequent flyer, it makes sense to get a credit card to aid you in your travels. The primary reason is that loyalty is heavily rewarded in the hospitality industry. Oftentimes, you get a top or almost top status just by signing up for a credit card.
Cathay Pacific Marco Polo Elite Status: How to Get it and What’s in it for You
Cathay Pacific is a member of the OneWorld Alliance and transfer partner of three U.S.-based airline travel programs: American Express Membership Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest and Citi ThankYou. That makes collecting Cathay Pacific miles relatively easy, so if you often fly to Asia, you may want to consider attaining elite status on Cathay Pacific.
The Insider Guide to American Airlines Admirals Clubs
American has a strong roster of airport clubs, which ballooned in number when it acquired the network of former US Airways Clubs. Now, all are known as Admirals Clubs, which offer a slew of benefits for those with access. This guide gives you the ins and outs of how to get in, what to enjoy inside, and some tips on the best clubs and discounts to enjoy them.