Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta and their shoulder/high season midweek business class excursion round trip fares between New York (JFK), USA and Barcelona (BCN), Spain.
LATAM Pass and Delta SkyMiles members can now book each other’s awards online, and LATAM flights, for now, continue to be available using Oneworld frequent flier programs excluding AA’s.
I decided to execute a few searches for LATAM routes that I tend to flow both using Delta SkyMiles and British Airways Avios to see if there are availability differences.
Wall Street Journal was reporting on Monday that both United Airlines and Delta Air Lines were considering repeating what they did back in the 2000s while going through multiple bankruptcy reorganizations.
United is in negotiating with its credit card partner JPMorgan Chase while Delta is planning to get cash from American Express for selling miles in advance.
Delta Air Lines today announced its SkyMiles Medallion status extension of 12 months through January 31, 2022. Also, all elite qualifying miles earned in 2020 will be rolled over to 2021.
Delta will extend club memberships, global and regional upgrade certificates by six months. These are in response to the worldwide coronavirus (COVID019) pandemic that has halted almost all travel.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta and their basic season/shoulder season midweek business class excursion non-refundable round trip fares between Los Angeles and Spain (also available to BCN/VLC/PMI) for travel until March 2021 and no change fees.
The frequent flier partnership between these two airlines begins on April 1, 2020, and Delta has now released miles earning chart for its SkyMiles members who fly on LATAM.