Plenty of reasons to like cheap Premium Economy fares to Europe. Not as good as business class but MUCH better than coach, without putting a huge dent in your wallet.
Virgin Atlantic has fares right now where premium economy is cheaper than coach. Their premium economy seats actually look pretty nice. You’ll want to jump on this, as I don’t expect premium economy to be cheaper than coach for very long.
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Remember those days when you chose between coach and first class when you bought an airline ticket? Or, if you’re like most people, walked past first class on your way to the coach seat you purchased? The times are a-changing, with 3 different flavors of “coach” coming to an American Airlines plane near you later this year.
There’s a difference in the seats American Airlines is rolling out premium economy on their international routes, and there’s absolutely going to be a difference in the level of comfort depending on where you’re seated in that cabin. There’s one key to seat selection to keep in mind.
The rumors are true. See what American Airlines has planned for Premium Economy on international flights. I suspect they won’t be the last of the domestic 3 to announce a product like this. What does it mean for the future of SWUs, upgrades, and domestic first class cabins?
I woke up this morning to a number of changes to the British Airways Avios program (after a night where our daughter was up sick most of the night, or I might have posted this sooner). View From the Wing has all the details, but here are the key points you need to be aware of : Mileage earning on most coach fares classes is going down significantly. K, L, M, N, S and V class fares all week earn 50% instead of 100% of miles flown. Q, O and […]