When I get a free moment, I sift through posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, and share some of the best stuff. Think of this as an extension of your travel “habiliments.” (Or, just maybe someone bet me $100 I wouldn’t be able to work the word habiliment into a blog post this week… maybe..)
I arrived in Boston without a return ticket to Europe. This brings us to the question of developing the best strategy for business class award travel USA to London.
Each week we sift through all of the posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, boil it down and share the best stuff with you. Sales and more sales everywhere, but great deals are few and far between. But, there’s an internet that needs to be fed with new content. So, let’s get going.
It came as a big surprise when I opened up my news feed and saw that Delta had announced the “World’s first all-suite business class introduced in Delta One.” Delta customers could use some good news right now given last week’s system meltdown..
Are mileage upgrades worth it? Being a Delta SkyMiles Medallion is kind of like playing a twisted game of Whac-A-Mole.
In Part 1 we spent some time discussing what makes Caviar Caviar. With all of that knowledge, we’re ready to launch into a look at the Caviar/caviar service available on airlines offering International First Class Service.
Nothing says First Class like Caviar Service. Of course, it’s even better with world-class, vintage Champagne or ice cold, quality Vodka. And it’s absolutely the best when it gets served to you while sitting in an ultra comfortable seat in your own private space at 35,000 feet.
All of this luxury aviation had me thinking a bit. Prior to the current incarnation of luxury premium classes and some of the vintage photos of premium classes what else is out there that is “over the top” with regard to amenities and furnishings?
For US Domestic travel Delta offers a Same-Day Travel Changes program that is particularly flexible for premium (first and business class) travel.