The Citibank envelope that was in the mailbox when I returned home today contained two new American Airlines AAdvantage linked cards. But, in a first for me, I received both a replacement Visa and a new American Express. Huh? When I signed up for...

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Downgraded: Prospects for carrying on liquids in the European Union While the European Union’s European Commission is aiming to allow you to carry on liquids again — as we reported back in October — airports and airlines are...

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Downgraded: Moscow For the sixth year in a row, Moscow has the most expensive hotel rates in the world for business travelers. The average Moscow rate fell 12 percent to 13,250 rubles ($452). Fell. Upgraded: Flights from NYC to Tokyo American...

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02
Nov
2010

It’s Election Day in the USA, and I’m obsessively watching the returns, so here are a few quick nuggets you should be aware of, if you’re looking to upgrade your travel experience: FareCompare wants you to go on a mileage run The...

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Back in September, I posted about the amazingly huge mileage bonuses which Citibank was offering new American Airlines AAdvantage Visa and Amex cardholders. For no annual fee in the first year, you could get 75,000 or 100,000 miles for reaching...

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Following up on their new-and-improved partnership, American Airlines and British Airways have announced a reconfiguration of their New York to London schedule. And they’re making it a “shuttle” service. There won’t be more...

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