Amsterdam Airport Tells Airlines To Cancel Flights, Park Hyatt Toronto Posh Review & Citi Discontinues Expedia Cards

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Citi Expedia Cards Discontinued, Converted To Citi Rewards+ – Doctor of Credit

I wonder if anyone still has points from that good offer a few years back. I know they have continued to make it more difficult to redeem the points over the years.


Looks awesome and one of the cheaper, points wise, Park Hyatt options out there. Not being stuffy is something the Park Hyatt hotels rarely accomplish so that is good to hear.

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport Asks Airlines to Cancel Flights – Travel Pulse

If it were me, I would probably avoid Amsterdam connections if possible for the foreseeable future.


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  1. We flew from AMS to SEA on Sept. 5th with AA (via DFW)…absolutely no problem. Just get to Schiphol on time, and don’t plan to get checked in and through security in less than 2 hours, preferably 3. That’s the way it is all over Europe these days. You will not be allowed into the terminal until 4 hours before your flight, and at the 3-hr. mark, you can check-in. Yes, the lines at security are pretty long, but they do move (or did for us with no priority status) at a decent clip. No complaints for this trip. Oh, and our luggage actually did get to SEA on the same as we did (although one piece missed the connection in Dallas, but arrived on the next flight 2 hrs. later. We purposely planned a one-night stay at the CP right at the airport just for the possibility of this situation).

  2. AMS connections are just fine. It’s security into the airport that’s a mess. I just connected without issues meanwhile the line outside was 5 hours. They are delaying lots of flights though so be aware.


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