News Update Win Hyatt Globalist Status Singapore Airline Changes More
This post is a News Update Win Hyatt Globalist Status Singapore Airline Changes More.
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Win a Free Year of Globalist Status with World of Hyatt! – Scott is offering one lucky reader free Hyatt Globalist Status (top tier in the New Program which started today (March 1). It is a generous offer. I was sad to see my status drop from Diamond to base level overnight. One lucky winner will get top tier status! Good luck!
Huge Changes Coming to Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Effective March 23 – Gary summarizes changes that are coming soon on Singapore Airlines. Many bloggers have praised the program as exceptional for great redemptions. In addition, you used to be able to get a discount for booking online. Unfortunately that is benefit is going away.
Wyndham Rewards Condos & Homes Points Flash Sale February 28 – March 3, 2017 (First 50 Members Only!) – You can book villas in Europe via Wyndham for only 15,000 points per night. Act fast. Some of these look pretty amazing.
JAL First Class SFO Haneda – Here is a quick review of JAL flying in first class from San Francisco to Tokyo. It looks like a great flight except for the hot cabin.
A security tech stop – This is an interesting read about United’s recent tech stop which was added for the airline crew safety on its flight to Caracas. The analysis makes sense as it can be a dangerous place based on recent news. Do you know of any other airline stops that have been added on a route you fly?
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