A new travel rating agency is on the market, claiming to tell you all about travel safety during CoVid-19 times and taking it all down to a number which indicates good or bad. However, fails at doing its job.
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People are annoyed that they are not able to make it to the charter flights being organised to repatriate Indian citizens. Here, I try and explain why repatriation flights are being operated only from a few airports as of now.
Is Credit Card Dispute your way out of your credit shell with the airline? We try and explore how this could go both ways.
The time to EFFECTIVELY regulate the airlines is now, but unfortunately, they are getting a free hand at doing a lot of things which they should not be doing at the moment. Consumer protection is not how it should have been during the times of CoVid-19.
Time for the same thing to go round and round. Airlines have opened booking for flights from May 4, 2020 onwards, however, our advice remains the same. Don’t book a flight ticket at the moment if you don’t have to. You never know if this flight is going to take off or not.
Here is how you can get the most number of miles and points with your cards these days, on what is perhaps the most exciting activity while sitting at home under this current lockdown. Maximise your points and miles and cashback while doing Grocery Spending. This is how.
Airlines have started sprinkling sales to raise cash and stay afloat, but I am not buying. Here is why.
As we walk into 2020, here are some thoughts on how the Mileage Mentor MasterClass and our educational initiatives will take shape going forward.
Almost a week to go before the window for the choice of your Marriott Titanium Elite and Marriott Platinum Elite Annual Choice benefits are going to expire. Here is an assessment of all the options, and how you should go about choosing one while living in Asia.
Here is why I’ve been using Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan as a backup programme for years, to credit flights from various different airlines such as Emirates, Cathay Pacific and American Airlines.
2020 is upon us, which means the great wheels of loyalty programmes resetting to zero are upon us. Here is how I am planning to keep and use my status in 2020. Tell me more about your plans.