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- Last weekend British Airways became the latest airline to have a colossal IT failure. Seth Miller for Runway Girl Network covers some of the compounding mis-steps that BA made during that outage.
- Southwest and reportedly Alaska are testing out dual door deplaning. It’s a great idea. I wish it were feasible everywhere.
- Two business travellers, one with status, one with out. Ed calls it: The Hunger Games. I think that’s a pretty good approximation.
- A fellow blogger got his Global Entry revoked, and you’ll never guess why. I personally find it appalling.
Miles, Points, Cashback:
- Plastiq continues to present a lot of interesting opportunities.
- If you’re looking for that Companion Pass and missed out on previous opportunities, there are a few Chase Southwest credit cards that have sign-up bonuses of 60,000.
- Gary Leff reports that promo awards are released for Air France/KLM’s Flying Blue Program.