Seattle Seahawks Boeing 747-8F

Today boeing revealed their newest 747-8F cargo test aircraft in a brand new never before seen Seahawk 12th man Livery. Thrilling fans, AvGeeks, and everyone in-between the 12th man LOUDER seahawk jet is unlike any other! The NFL loudest fans now have their own JET!
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Earn Double Virgin Points on Emirates Flights

Virgin America Elevate frequent flyer program is the frequent flyer program that rewards you for spending more. The more money you spend, the more points you earn. Unlike traditional frequent flyer programs, Elevate is a revenue based program. However, this only holds true with flying Virgin ...

Delta Tests New SkyClub Amenities & Food

It appears as though Delta Airlines is finally listening to frequent flyers and Delta Skyclub members. Delta is finally making some much needed enhancements to the Delta SkyClub food and beverage offering. Over the last few years we’ve seen the introduction of the premium Delta Skybar and with ...
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British Airways Galleries Lounge - T5 LHR

Large spacious lounges with runway views and a bird's eye view peering down on travelers fighting their way through the busy terminal 5, the British Airways Galleries lounge  at London Heathrow is a great place to relax before a flight, refuel on many food options, or toast your friends or ...
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GOGO Inflight WiFi increases Prices March 1, 2014

Inflight WiFi – The unbundled option most airlines now offer is an amenity I love to hate. I love it because it allows me to stay connected while at 30,000 feet, but hate it as I now no longer have an excuse of not getting work done while flying. Despite this slight conundrum, I find inflight ...
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San Diego, Midwest, & Southeast Lose nonstop service to DCA & LGA

In order for US Airlines and AA to merge, the DOJ required that the new airlines gave up a number of landing spots in both Washington DC Ronald Regan Airport and New York’s LaGuardia airports. This week, the new American Airlines announced what flights would be discontinued as the airline ...
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Envoy - The New Name For American Eagle Airlines

American Eagle Airlines, the regional subsidy of American Airlines will undergo a name change in Spring 2014 and will reluanch themselves as a new regional carrier known by the name Envoy. Envoy will remain a fully owned subsidy of American Airlines and will continue to operate under the American ...
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Earn 50% Bonus Miles on US Airways & American Airline Flights

American Airlines and US Airways announced today that they will begin codesharing on hundreds of flights systemwide starting January 23, 2014 with a focus on hubs, regional flights, and markets where US airways has a better presence then AA and vice versa. In addition, US Airway flights are now ...

Alaska Airlines Needs to Open a Board Room in San Diego

For the past several months there has been speculation on Flyertalk and from the San Diego Airport Authority that Alaska Airlines might open a Board Room in Terminal 1. Alaska Airline is currently the only airline that operates out of Terminal 1 (gates 11-18). Currently, the crowded and small gate ...
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Delta Reduces Business Elite Seats on B777 & B767

2014 has started off with another Delta devaluation announcement. This Delta is making it more difficult to redeem miles for business class tickets by reducing the number of Business Class seats available on their 767 and 777 aircrafts. Delta has already reduced the number of seats available on ...

AA & US Airways Begin To Align Customer Benefits

American Airlines and US Airways are taking the first noticeable steps to frequent flyers today to become one airline and have announced select mutual frequent flyer benefits on reciprocal airlines starting today. This means if you are flying either US Airways or American Airways you will now be ...

Delta Shortens SkyMile Program Year by a Month

If the Delta SkyPeso program had a theme in 2013, it would be named “the year of devaluation.” In July, I wrote an article about Delta’s D game and recapped some of my sub-par experiences with the airlines in 2013. It also described how the airline has devalued their Elite program ...
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2013 in Review

2013 was a fun year, full of a mixture of work travel and personal adventures! Although most of my travel was for work and around the United States, I was able to manage to sneak off to Europe a couple of times for fun and fly back from South East Asia - all in business class. As terms of flying, I ...
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Virgin America Short Haul Trip Report

Hip, stylish, and fun – three words I would never use to describe flying domestically in the US. Although, Virgin America is trying to reinvent the US aviation industry and has injected it with plush leather black seats, lavish purple mood lighting, TVs in every seat, wi-fi (before it was ...

American Airlines: The Pinstripe Tail is here to stay!

Last month, American Airlines and US Airways employees voted to decide the future of the new American Airline livery. The new grey painted planes with the stripped eagle beak were here to stay, but employees were allowed to vote for the American Flag style tail or for the historical AA with the ...
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British Airways B747 Premium Economy LHR - LAX

Recently I had the joys of flying on the new British Airways A380 and I truly enjoyed soaring through the skies in the world’s largest jumbo jet. On that trip, I flew from Los Angeles to London in premium economy and was really wowed by British Airways staff and new airplane. On my return ...
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Could Priority Pass Save the American Express Platinum Airport Lounge Program

American Express and US/AA announced earlier this month that lounge benefit access will no longer be granted to American Express Platinum card holders after March 2014. With the announcement, many people declared how they were going to quickly use their $100-$500 AA/US airline credit and then cancel ...
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Taba Heights Marriott Resort, Red Sea Egypt

Less than 30 minutes from the border of Israel, lays a village built from the ground up to support Red Sea tourism from around the world. The small village of Taba, Egypt lays inland from the sea. Although the area the tourists see is rarely the city itself but instead tourist flock to Taba Heights, ...
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American Airlines Allow Employees to Vote: New Livery or Old

Let’s be honest, very few people like change and often time the more senior someone is, the more they dislike change. We as humans get used to the status quo and then dislike any major changes. This is not unique to the airline industry. Many people including bloggers, travelers & ...
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