US Airlines Seek $50 Billion in Government Assistance

U.S. airlines are seeking government assistance of more than $50 billion, including a mix of direct aid and loan guarantees.

New United Card Launch: A Massive 100K Offer, But Is It Worth It?

Chase has launched a new product, the United Club Infinite card. I discuss the new card, its earning structure, the welcome offer and other alternatives.

United Schedule Change Policy, Refunds Only After One Year

United has been hard hit by the decline in travel demand due to coronavirus. The airline has cut back flights and has updates its schedule change policy. The problem is that it has made it worse for travelers and has updated it several times within a few days.

Singapore Airlines Mileage Transfer Problems For Authorized Users

Singapore Airlines mileage transfer problems are popping up because their policies don't match the banks' transfer policies. Here's what we're seeing.
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Southwest Extends Schedule Till October 30, 2020

Southwest Airlines dais on Twitter yesterday that its much awaited scheduled extension would come today. And it is finally here.
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FAA and EU Make Rule Change to Halt Unnecessary ‘Ghost Flights’

This situations has led to many airlines now operating ghost flights, burning unnecessary fuel with just a handful of passengers traveling, or even empty planes.

Barclays Inquires About AA Shutdowns, Gets Told “None Of Your Business”

After filing a CFPB complaint on Barclays for the AA shutdowns, Barclays tried to talk to American Airlines. AA told Barclays it's none of their business.

United Makes Terrible Change to Schedule Change Policy

United is waiving change fees on any bookings made between March 3 and March 31, 2020, but they have just made an outrageous update to their schedule change policy.