Cheap Flights To Europe, More Hotel Status Matches And Airlines Slashing Baggage Fees

Here’s what I’m reading about today in the world of travel:

Cheap Flights of the Day: New York To Norway for $250.  Once you’re in Europe it’s pretty cheap to get to different cities.  And, Norwegian really isn’t that bad of an airline.

  In Case You Missed It: A review of Disneyland Paris.

And, would you let a robot book your next vacation?

Auction ending soon:  If the dates work for you, this week in a beautiful suite in Sicily is a hell of a bargain.

Club Carlson becomes the latest hotel chain to formalize status matches.

News of a Park Hyatt hotel that appears to have found a novel way to game the Diamond suite upgrade process.  We’ve had a handful of these stories over the past year, each disappointing.  I’ll wait for Hyatt’s reaction to this before getting overly excited, but if this holds, it’s a shame to see the properties seemingly trying to undermine the use of these upgrades.

With Avianca in play, will Delta or United form a complete network in North and South America?

Ryanair is slashing baggage fees.  That’s a good thing since I’m considering flying them in a couple of months.

5 miles per dollar on Netflix.  I wouldn’t have guessed that.

Qatar Airways is launching service to Las Vegas.  That just screams “award availability” as I doubt they’ll fill this flight on a big plane consistently.

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