JetBlue Founder’s New Airline, Hope for Silver Medallion Elites Upgrades, American Cancellations and More
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Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you might have missed from the week before. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you might have missed on TPG this week.
David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue, sent out hints that he may be starting a new airline in the US – and it may be here in 2020.
TPG shared a few ways Silver Medallion Elites can make it to an upgraded seat, since it typically seems impossible.
American’s technical issues meant so many cancellations.
Some fraudulent charges slipped by Editor-at-Large, Zach Honig, and he accidentally paid them. You can avoid this.
TPG’s Ravi Ghelani reviewed an adventurous seaplane flight from Seattle to Orcas Island.
Norwegian Air is adding new routes from Canada.
We broke down the best credit cards for travel this year.
Ultimate Rewards Travel Center isn’t that user friendly, so we spelled out a few ways you can get the most value for the resource.
Now that’s a lot of zeros.
Delta’s rolling out the new CRJ regional jets – and they’re spending hundreds of millions of dollars on them.
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