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A few airline updates have been announced in the last few days and they haven’t been all good news.
Delta Increases Their Business Elite Award Prices
As has been reported in a few other places, Delta will increase the amount of miles they require for award flights that fly after June 1, 2014.
This isn’t good news for Delta members. For example, a Business Class award from the US to Europe currently requires 100,000 miles but after the change it will require 125,000 miles, a 25% increase. Not good, wonder what’s next?
Asiana Airlines Announces Huge Change
In related airline news, Asiana Airlines announces a huge change.
Asiana is changing the available times when customers can assign seats.
Somehow I have a feeling the Asiana change won’t concern people as much as the Delta change.
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