Some of the links in this article may earn me affiliate income. This article has not been reviewed or edited by any third parties. All opinions, thoughts, evaluations are my own. You can read our full advertiser disclosure here. As part of our family’s exploration of the RV world, I’ll be writing a series of articles about what we’ve learned so far. I started out with a beginner’s guide to renting an RV. I plan to write a few articles about the types of RVs we rented and some of […]
American Airlines and JetBlue have announced a very interesting partnership this morning. For over a decade, I flew American Airlines every week. During those times, there were always two weak areas in their coverage. The northeast and northwest parts of the country were lacking great connectivity. American Airlines solved the northwest issue by forming a much tighter partnership with Alaska Airlines earlier this year. Side note: it’s been such a crazy few months I thought this happened last year….. Now, American has worked to shore up their lack of connections […]
A management employee at United Airlines reached out to me in regards to recent articles I published reflecting how United is reacting to the COVID-19 scare. Through those conversations, we agreed to have them provide their thoughts on the current state of the management culture. In light of the current bailout of the airlines and their performance over the past two decades, the thoughts shared here seem relevant for us, the taxpayer. These thoughts are not my own. I summarize my thoughts at the bottom of the article. The bailout has been […]
Resort fees, facility fees, destination fees, urban fees and many more. Hotels across the globe charge these fees on top of room rates as a way to earn extra money per room while hoping to avoid customers noticing until after they book a room. As opposed to airline tickets, where they’ve been required for a number of years to show the full cost of a ticket, hotels are not currently bound by such legislation in the US. Marriott seems to be the first major hotel chain to offer a way […]
The crisis surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread in ways that might have seemed unimaginable even weeks ago. Marriott just announced that they’re laying off thousands of corporate employees, two-thirds of the entire corporate team. It was just a few days earlier that Marriott started furloughing tens of thousands of workers around the world in hotels that were part of closures due to the drop in travel. Now, that appears to have expanded to their corporate office. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Marriott is furloughing approximately 2,600 […]
It was a whirlwind day of information. New flights to London, the Bahamas and Vail Colorado were just a bit of what we learned. Larger overhead bins, 3D interior images and tech to help you make that tight connection are just some of the highlights from United Airlines Media Day.
Check out a sneak peek on a plane configuration that business travelers are going to love. United Airlines will fly customers on the newly configured CRJ-550 this weekend. More legroom, massive amounts of bag storage and a self-serve bar as part of the interior of this plane is sure to be a winner for road warriors.
Hyatt has been busy with promotions the past couple of months. Side note: be sure to check out this post if you want to hear about more promos Hyatt has going on right now. They’ve announced another one today, specifically for folks who hold one of their co-branded credit cards. Hyatt has made a habit of offering promotions that add value to holding one of their credit cards. It’s one of a handful of reasons the World of Hyatt credit card stays in my wallet. Save $50 At Hyatt Place […]