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Travel alert is about topical changes in travel advise, frequent flyer programs, strikes, weather alerts, etc


Making the Right Connections

CNN recently reported: In the battle over which are the best and worst U.S. airports, Atlanta has come out on top. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the best U.S. airport for travelers with a connecting flight, according to a… (more)

Major Multi-State Snowstorm Commences Christmas Day

AccuWeather reports all the ingredients are coming together for a major snowstorm to unfold Christmas Day and spread from the southern Plains to the eastern Great Lakes and Northeast.

Far more potent than the snow event headed to the Northeast… (more)


More electrical malfunctions on United Dreamliners

Reuters and other news sources report that a second United Airlines 787 Dreamliner has suffered an electrical malfunction. Three 787s have now been confirmed with these issues in a single month: two are United flights and one is a Qatar… (more)

New fees from Southwest: don’t be a “no show”

Southwest has added a few new customer-unfriendly fees. But don’t worry—the airline is keeping its popular checked-bag policy mostly intact. Passengers may continue to check up to two pieces of luggage free of charge on Southwest flights. However, fees for… (more)

Airline responds to reports of Facebook hot coffee threat

Cathay Pacific has issued a statement after reports that one of its cabin crew posted threats to a passengr on Facebook and said she had wanted to throw hot coffee over her.The flight attendant, who is no longer working for… (more)

Forever frequent flyer miles on American Airlines will expire

The only Advantage might be that  you get a bonus  American’s frequent flyer miles earned before July 1, 1989, were never supposed to expire. They’ve even set aside the old award chart—frozen in time—for folks with miles that… (more)