American Airlines released a premium economy award chart and some inventory for premium economy seats on overseas flights. It’ll take a bit of elbow grease to find saver inventory for premium economy. But, the saver pricing may make it worth your while. Here’s what you need to know.
You may have missed it when we released it, but a new Miles To Go episode is ready for you to download and listen! We’ve got Norwegian Airlines on the podcast in this episode to talk about new routes that can get you to Europe on the cheap! I’m a big fan of Norwegian’s premium cabin, it’s a great value for the money. Jen and I talk Southwest Airlines and when is the right time to buy Early Bird boarding. Finally, we wrap up with Gary Leff discussing how American Airlines can […]
The unintended consequence of Basic Economy fares? Even if you buy up to “regular old coach”, you still might not get a seat assignment. Brett Snyder and I discuss this and a whole lot more on this episode of the Miles To Go podcast.
Looking for good news as we head towards the holiday season? Best to look elsewhere than British Airways. Their present for you this holiday is greater fuel surcharges on award flights from the US to Europe. Isn’t that great?
Have you ever had a flight that was delayed or cancelled? Did the airline move you to another airline so you could get where you needed to go? Do you think it’s fair for an airline to move some passengers to another airline during delays or cancellations but not move others?
We’re in an unbelievable era of cheap flights. Every time I feel like saying these are the cheapest fares I can recall seeing, we catch another surprise. As with many good things, it appears it may be possible that the government is fixing to put a dent in that, albeit unintentionally. I’ve been reading about a bill working its way through Congress that would potentially limit fees airlines can charge. This is on the heels of a few airlines raising the price of your first checked bag. Not all the […]