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As you may have noticed, travel is a way of life here at Points, Miles and Martinis. We feel very fortunate to spend time thinking (dreaming) about travel on a daily basis with a steady stream of bookings for others using our award booking service. That being said, every once and awhile (OK, a lot!) we like to indulge and put together some global itineraries for ourselves.
Thursday was a unique day in which both TheWeeklyFlyer and myself were hard at work putting together global itineraries for ourselves and travel partners. On Thursday alone, we ended up booking a combined 63063 miles of travel using Business and Economy class on Qantas Airlines, American Airlines, Korean Airlines, Singapore Airlines (This is separate from TheWeeklyFlyer getting in on the Singapore First Booking Extravaganza), and Asiana Airlines.
It looks like our flight paths cross somewhere around Indianapolis
We will detail the bookings in separate posts as each contains important booking techniques worth highlighting. Keep an eye open for both new trip report series as this travel occurs over the next two months.
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