News Update Crazy Alaska Air Bump Story & Most Scenic Flight Ever

Alaska Airlines Minneapolis Seattle News Update Crazy Alaska Air Bump Story & Most Scenic Flight Ever

News Update Crazy Alaska Air Bump Story & Most Scenic Flight Ever

This post is News Update Crazy Alaska Air Bump Story & Most Scenic Flight Ever. It highlights stories that I read this week from online.

Good morning. Welcome to news update. I hope your week is starting out well. Who is traveling this week? Where are you headed? Below, I summarize some of the great stories that I have been reading this week.

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Alaska Airlines Minneapolis Seattle News Update Crazy Alaska Air Bump Story & Most Scenic Flight Ever

My Alaska Airlines Bump: There’s a First Time for Everything – This is pretty interesting about his experience with finding his bag. Have you had a funny experience with a bump?

PICTURES: THE MOST SCENIC FLIGHT I’VE EVER FLOWN – I often select aisle seats, so I don’t usually get to enjoy a great scenic flight. These pictures are pretty cool. Check it out.

BEST HOTEL STAY EVER – JUST $9, AT FAIRMONT SONOMA MISSION INN & SPA – Miles and points are awesome. When you add in additional hotel benefits, you can have an amazing experience for a small amount of money.

THE MOST UNIQUE PROBLEM I’VE FACED USING A CREDIT CARD ABROAD – It can often be annoying dealing with credit card problems when you are abroad.

Fly Qatar Airways’ Qsuites To London For ~$850 – There is a lot of hype about these new seats. Here is a good way to check it out for a low price.

Review: Air Berlin Long Haul Economy – The Wurst – It looks like this flight left a lot to be desired. Have you been on Air Berlin?

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  • Biggest issue with US credit cards overseas is that Europe is chip & pin, whereas we’re chip & signature, so not all US cards are accepted everywhere. This is especially true at vending machines.

    Why do you pick aisle seats? I always pick window so that I’m not disturbed by people getting up all the time to use the restroom, plus I like the views.