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Delta’s Latest Status Match Promotion

Now through October 31, 2020, Delta Air Lines is offering its most generous Medallion Status Match and Challenge, where you’ll receive a higher tier level of status than you’re matching from including up to Diamond Medallion status. If you hold elite status on Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, jetBlue, Southwest Airlines or United Airlines then you’re…

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Southwest Airlines Announces Three More Destinations

Southwest Airlines announced its plans to add service to two new cities early next year. The airline will be adding service to Colorado Springs, Colorado, Savannah, Georgia, as well as returning to Jackson, Mississippi. Colorado Springs has previously been announced by the airline, however Savannah and Jackson are both brand new. Southwest used to serve Jackson, Mississippi…

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Southwest Airlines Status Match Details

Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards continues to offer a Status Match and Challenge for those looking to receive A-List status on the airline. You can head over to their status match site, where you’ll then be able to email the airline a screenshot of current elite status with a U.S. based carrier. If successful, you’ll receive Southwest…

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United Airlines Announces New Caribbean and Mexico Routes

United Airlines announced today eight new routes as well as increasing service to 19 destinations in the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico, as the airline starts to rebuild its international routes, after slashing flights due to the coronavirus pandemic. With a huge decline in business travel, the airline is forced to focus on leisure travel,…

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American Airlines Lowers 2021 Elite Status Requirements

American Airlines announced they’ll be lowering 2021 elite qualification requirements. The reduction applies for Gold, Platinum, Platinum Pro, and Executive Platinum status. Additionally, al elite qualifying flight activity flown in the fourth quarter of 2020 toward a member’s 2021 qualifications. For contrast, Delta Air Lines is carrying over all Medallion Qualification Miles earned in 2020…

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Southwest Airlines Plans to Serve Chicago (O’Hare) and Houston (Bush Intercontinental)

Southwest Airlines announced its plans to add service to two new cities early next year. The airline will be adding Chicago (O’Hare) and Houston (Bush Intercontinental) to its network pending government approval, giving United Airlines a run for its money of both of these airports. Both of these additions are a direct result of increased result of…

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Southwest Airlines Miami, Palm Springs, and Telluride Routes Announced

Last month we announced new of Southwest Airlines Plans to Serve Miami and Palm Springs, and as of today the schedule is officially up with several routes to/from both of these new cities. These new routes are a direct result of increased result of leisure flying over business travel, which the airline hopes to capture additional…

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Chase 20% Transfer Bonus to Southwest Rapid Rewards

Chase Ultimate Rewads is offering a 20% transfer bonus to Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards now through October 31, 2020. With this bonus, you’ll now receive 1,200 Southwest Rapid Rewards per 1,000 Chase Ultimate points. You must be logged into your Chase Ultimate Rewards account to view this offer. Southwest Airlines offers a fixed value redemption with Wanna…

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Southwest Airlines Companion Pass After One Flight

Southwest Airlines has announced a lucrative promotion where Rapid Rewards members can earn a companion pass after completing just one flight. To take part in this offer, you’ll need to register first and and purchase a flight by September 24, 2020 for travel by November 15, 2020. Upon successful completion, you’ll then earn a Southwest Companion…

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Delta Permanently Eliminates Award Redeposit Fees

Delta has announced its permanently eliminating award redeposit fees for all SkyMiles members on domestic flights. Previously, the airline charged a $150 redeposit fee to make any changes or to cancel an award booking, however not anymore. This news comes weeks after Delta Eliminates Change Fees on Domestic Flights on paid tickets, so the same rules…

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World of Hyatt Triple AAdvantage Miles Promotion (Targeted)

World of Hyatt has launched an exclusive, invitation-only offer as part of their partnership with American Airlines AAdvantage for certain World of Hyatt members who have linked their World of Hyatt and AAdvantage accounts. Eligible members must sign up for this offer by October 31, 2020, and will have between September 22 through December 31, 2020…

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United Airlines Africa, India and Hawaii Expansion

United Airlines announced it has plans for several new international routes starting next year. The airline plans to add new service to South Africa, India and Hawaii as they’re shifting towards leisure travel for the imminent future. These new international routes are all subject to government approval and should start selling tickets within the coming…

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American Airlines Adds Elite Benefits on Basic Economy Tickets

American Airlines announced several changes last week with the biggest being American Airlines Ends Change Fees on Most Tickets. Additionally the airline is removing standby fees and now adding elite benefits on Basic Economy tickets. If you hold Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, Platinum or Gold status on American, you’ll now receive all your elite benefits…

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Earn Up To 100,000 Bonus American AAdvantage Miles

American Airlines has announced their latest Buy Miles promotion, where you can earn up to 100,000 bonus American Airlines AAdvantage miles through September 30, 2020. American Airlines constantly offers promotions when purchasing miles, so I’m not the least surprised to see another one being offered. With this new offer if you wanted to buy 150,000 American AAdvantage…

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Southwest Airlines Plans to Serve Miami and Palm Springs

Southwest Airlines announced its plans to add service to two new cities later this year. The airline will be adding Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) and Miami International Airport (MIA) to its network pending government approval. Both of these additions are a direct result of increased result of leisure flying over business travel, which the…

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American Airlines Ends Change Fees on Most Tickets

American Airlines is the latest airline to announce its ending change fees. First we saw United Airlines Permanently Eliminates Domestic Change Fees followed by Delta Eliminates Change Fees on Domestic Flights, so it’s no surprise American’s following. American will eliminate all change fees for First Class, Business Class, Premium Economy and Main Cabin tickets for all domestic…

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