Here’s what I’m reading about in the world of miles and points:
Cheap Flights of the Day:
$350 round-trip flights to Denmark. Just remember how easy it is to pop around Europe once you get there.
In Case You Missed It:
Southwest loses another battle in court to get Delta to stop squatting on their gates at Dallas Love Field. I get Delta’s point that the government is supposed to provide something for them. But, I still fail to see why Southwest is the one that’s being forced to solve the issue.
The Amazon 3X JetBlue points appear to be posting. Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect to earn points for.
AUCTION ENDING SOON: 7 nights at a spa in Spain for less than $200.
Frontier is adding a bunch of new routes. What really caught my eye was Austin-Washington Dulles. United lightly serves this route. They used to operate a really small regional jet (ERJ-145). That’s still the longest flight I’ve ever flown on a plane that tiny, about 3 hours. The prices on the route are astronomical. I’ll be curious (hopeful?) to see if United feels compelled to match some of Frontier’s pricing on this route.
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