Euro Trip 2019: Selecting transatlantic flights

Euro Trip 2019: Selecting transatlantic flights

This is the time of year, when it’s cold and gray, that my thoughts turn toward Europe and warm strolls along the Seine or dining at a sidewalk café in a charming Italian town. Thanks to points and miles, my wife and I have been blessed to take an annual trip to Europe, something we plan to continue in 2019. I have written previously about my approach to travel planning, but this year’s trip is different in a few ways which makes the planning process different as well. However, the first step was booking our transatlantic flights.

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United to update business class, rebrand as "United Polaris"

United Airlines has announced a redesign of its business class and airport lounges. The product will be called "United Polaris" and will debut later this year. United Polaris looks enticing but, whether it can challenge the premium services of international competitors remains to be seen.

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US-Cuba scheduled flights could resume in 2016

Last week, the governments of the United States and Cuba reached an agreement that could allow scheduled commercial airline service to resume between the two countries for the first time in decades. Since then, several airlines have expressed interest in resuming flights to the island nation.

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American, Delta, United and Air Canada to stop shipping big game trophies

American, Delta, United and Air Canada to stop shipping big game trophies

In the aftermath of the killing of Cecil the Lion, several North American airlines have instituted a ban on transporting exotic game trophies. The question is, why do companies continue to feel the need to insert themselves into insignificant political debates?

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