Good morning from Munich. We’re making our way to Myanmar and just completed our first flight. Next up is a flight to Bangkok before flying an hour or so to Mandalay, the first city we’ll be visiting in Myanmar.
In what I’d assume is a great April Fool’s Day joke, Virgin Australia has announced that they will be opening a dedicated airport lounge for pets! Continue reading
image: Google Maps
With our spring break finally here, (we’re leaving a couple of days early) it’s time to head off on one of our bigger trips of the year. I’d also consider it one of our more ambitious destinations to visit with a toddler.
When selecting where to go this time around we knew wanted to head back to Asia but had no clear-cut destination in mind. Continue reading
This past Friday many of us tried logging into our British Airways accounts to find ourselves to be locked out. Upon changing the account password and getting back in, we then found our accounts to be zeroed out!
It turned out that this was done preemptively by BA to protect our accounts. Too bad the airline wasn’t wise enough to notify us when this action took place…
This led me to ask- Hey British Airways, Where Are My Avios? Continue reading
This has got to go down as one of the most ridiculous reasons for a flight cancellation ever.
A Virgin Atlantic plane known as “Beauty Queen”, a Boeing A330-300 had just made its inaugural flight from Atlanta to Manchester, England. Upon landing it was given what the airline thought was a “water cannon salute” but it wasn’t exactly what it seemed. Continue reading
Yesterday I paid the bill on my Barclaycard US Airways Mastercard or so I thought…
I logged on at barclaycardus.com and expected to see an image of my familiar US Airways card but I was a bit surprised. Continue reading
The Freddie Awards were created in 1988 by Randy Petersen to honor the top airline and hotel loyalty programs.
The Freddie’s are a prestigious honor and it’s safe to say this due to so many airlines and hotels sending out e-mails urging members of their programs to cast a vote their way. Continue reading
March has been one of our busiest travel months that I can recall.
Earlier in the month Kim, Lucas and I headed to Charleston, South Carolina. Then we left Lucas home due to an invite to attend a family press trip to Puerto Vallarta. This week, we’ll be heading off on our spring holiday trip to a destination I’ve long wanted to visit. (Trip planning post should be coming soon.)
While on our upcoming trip I’ve heard and read that internet service can be quite slow so I don’t know how much I’ll be posting while we’re away. Continue reading
Here is some pretty interesting JetBlue News…
When a company opens a boutique hotel for its employees it’s probably safe to say that it’s gotta be a great place to work…
Forbes came out with a list of America’s Best Employers 2015 and named JetBlue as one of the top places to work in the country. Continue reading
Yesterday many of us noticed that our British Airways Avios balances were zeroed out to supposedly protect us from being hacked.
It was rather odd that British didn’t (and still hasn’t) communicated with us about exactly what is going on.
I wrote a post last night, Hey British Airways, Where Are My Avios. Continue reading