The endless saga of Air Berlin and their frequent flier program Topbonus enters yet another chapter as members just received a mailer announcing they can now collect miles again and even redeem them.
This weeks Whine Wednesday is about the rather mediocre hotel standards in North America which are always quite apparent when coming back after spending extensive time in Asia or even Europe.
Bangkok Airways has decided to open up a new regional route to up and coming holiday destination in Vietnam – Phu Quoc (PQC).
The airline is going to fly the route four times a week on ATR on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Shangri-La’s Golden Circle has launched new Less-Is-More-promotion for discounted awards for stays between September 1 – November 30, 2017, that are booked by October 31.
Members can book standard rooms for 25% off, Club rooms at 30% off, and Executive Suites at 40% off.
Few LoyaltyLobby readers have sent me message about when can they expect to see the brand bonuses from the Marriott Rewards Infinite Points MegaBonus posted to their accounts that ended on September 4.
Airlines operating from New Zealand’s Auckland airport have been facing challenges over the past few days and will continue until the burst pipeline has been fixed sometime next week.
The airlines are supplied only 30% of the normal capacity at the Auckland and have been told to refuel at other ports or cancel their flights. Emirates is refueling their Auckland flights in Melbourne, Air New Zealand is canceling some flights and other airlines are refueling at other airports in Australia and pacific.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to British Airways basic season round trip instant purchase fares between San Francisco and Amsterdam.
SPG releases its weekly Hot Escapes list every Wednesday. This is a selection of hotels around the world that are discounted anywhere from
20% 15% (sometimes up to 70% off) + an additional 5% off for SPG members.
The hotel listing has the lowest member prices for the next 6 weeks. The availability and the price can vary from date to date.
Mexico City Airport Closed After Earthquake Damages Vital Infrastructure (Operation Resumed As Of 4PM Tuesday)
A powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake has hit parts of Mexico this week and destroyed vital infrastructure including parts of Mexico City International Airport that had to close/ limit operations for the past days.
All facilities had to be evaluated for structural integrity before the airport was able to resume operations as of this afternoon while many parts of the city itself still show heavy signs of destruction.