Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Xiamen and their business class excursion round trip fares between Hong Kong and Vancouver.
Marriott released an update on Friday regarding the Starwood Guest Reservation Database hack that had been going on for years and which was discovered last year.
Marriott has now determined that leaked data contained five million unencrypted passport numbers and twenty or so millions that were encrypted.
United Mileage Plus Sends Out Membership Kits For 2019, Containing ONE Baggage Tag & NO Membership Card
United Mileage Plus has shipped out their membership kits for 2019 and apparently saved themselves the hassle of sending any membership cards, instead they included just one tiny baggage tag.
Not sure if this is an error or by design but it seems to be extremely strange that United would go through the hassle of sending this useless luggage tag around the world but no actual membership card.
Thailand is celebrating the Makha Bucha Day on Tuesday (February 19, 2019) that is a public holiday.
Tourists should be aware of that many venues including hotel bars and clubs will not serve adult beverages for 24 hour period starting and ending at midnight.
Qantas Frequent Flyer has launched (yet again) the very popular double status credit offer for flights flown February 25 – August 31, 2019.
Members must book eligible Qantas marketed and operated flights between February 18 – 22. You must also remember to register for this offer.
To celebrate the latest IHG Rewards Club Free Nights Faster (read more here), UK Free night certificate after two stays (read more here) and Buy Points-offers (read more here), we decided to launch a giveaway for 100,000 points! We should learn about a new PointBreaks offer before the end of this week too.
The giveaway is now open and you must enter by 11:59PM EST on Thursday (February 28, 2019). We will announce the winner on Friday (March 1).
Compensation Clinic: Air Canada 7 Hour Delay For Las Vegas to Vancouver Flight – Low Ball Offer Rejected!
Our Compensation Clinic case this week comes from a reader who flew on Air Canada from Las Vegas to Vancouver and incurred a 7 hour delay which Air Canada first wanted to compensate with a 15% travel voucher.
British Midland Regional that has traded under flybmi name has today ceased all operations and filed for administration.
This regional airline was previously subsidiary of BMI (British Midland International) that British Airways acquired from Lufthansa and folded to itself. Flybmi continued to fly under its own code and provide services to other airlines as well.