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- Another excellent installment from J. M. Hoffman that just leaves me yearning to return to Australia. Impressive how well he characterizes Melbourne (which is by far, my favorite big city outside of the US).
- How to book LATAM (that’s the combined airline of Chile’s LAN and Brazil’s TAM for those keeping track at home) Awards with Alaska Airlines Miles.
- Alitalia, an airline that has had its ups and downs over the past few decades, may be entering the final months of its existence. Employee owned may not have been in its moniker, however, the employees may be the ones to have put the final nails in the coffin, in voting down a deal that an 8% paycut, some amount of jobs cut, but the opportunity to refinance debt. I’m not sure this is the end of Alitalia, but, I’m awfully curious how they’ll get out of this one!
Miles, Points, and Reselling:
- A no brainer from Oren – if you haven’t turned Two Step Verification on for your account, you really should.
- JetBlue’s VP of Loyalty states that this is the era of punitive loyalty. I tend to disagree, having looked briefly at JetBlue’s loyalty program, but more on that next week.
- Pareto Principle in Reselling
- What is the Worlds Best Business Class?
- Last Chance! Remove or Sell Amazon Meltable Inventory
- Is @FakeUnitedJeff banned forever?
2 thoughts on “Melbourne, Alitalia, End of Punitive Loyalty Era?”
Thanks, Trevor! Glad you enjoyed the piece.
@J.M. – Thanks! Definitely am a fan of your posts btw!