Amoma ceased operations on Friday and posted a note on its website that customers who have open bookings with the company would not likely see hoteliers honoring them.
Amoma was a website that undercut many headline prices that hotel companies were advertising on their websites by reselling wholesale and inventory aimed at ethnic markets.
A Chicago based travel agent has been indicted for wire fraud after adding his customers tickets to a variety of Delta Air Lines SkyBonus accounts, skimming off 42,000,000 miles in a 13 months period.
Marriott Bonvoy has an on-going bonus miles offer for Qantas Frequent Flyer-program member stays worldwide.
Qantas Frequent Flyer members can earn double points when booking is made using promotional code GW9.
Southwest Airlines has launched a new promotion for buying or gifting Rapid Rewards points at 40% bonus through September 19, 2019.
You can buy 60,000 Rapid Rewards points in a transaction and this is also the daily maximum. Southwest doesn’t limit the number of points you can purchase in a calendar year, however.
British Airways has informed passengers whose flights are canceled for September 27, 2019 about their rebooking, cancellation and refund options over the past 24 hours.
BA pilots were on strike for two days earlier this week that grounded all but handful of flights. These strikes always affect flights at minimum day before and after due to crews and planes being out of their usual rotations.
STARTS TODAY: Le Club AccorHotels 6,000 Bonus Points For Three Stays September 13 – January 19, 2020
Le Club AccorHotels brought back their global offer for up to 6,000 bonus points that begins today (September 13) and is valid for stays through January 19, 2020.
Members earn 500 points for the first, 2,500 for the second and 3,000 bonus points for the third stay during the promotional period if booked September 3 – 27.
Lufthansa Miles&More Fall/Winter Promotion: “Flytime” With Targeted Offers For Additional Award Miles
Lufthansa Miles&More has published it’s new Fall/Winter Promotion beginning on October 1st 2019 called “Flytime” that includes targeted offers where members can earn additional miles.
Choice Privileges has an interesting offer for members that stay at their Cambria-brand.
There is an on-going status match offer for up to Platinum-status (read more here) for members who have status with competing programs. This Cambria one, however, is for up to Diamond.
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has fined Japan Airlines (JAL) $300,000 for violating the tarmac rule of requiring passenger to depart or deplane by the 4-hour mark in case of irregular operations.
JAL violated this rule twice in 2018 when it US destined flights were diverted to the alternate airports of Chicago and Washington Dulles due to weather.