Alaska, USAirways, Northwest, Delta, American, and United all give bonus miles for online or kiosk check-ins. No need for human contact anymore.
You’re never too old to make a mistake. A 110 year-old woman registered to vote in Montenegro. At age 110, I wouldn’t do thing which made no difference — but then at that age any effects probably wouldn’t be seen in my lifetime anyway.
Earn Air New Zealand airpoints for picking the winners in rugby matches. Extra points are awarded for picking the spread as well.
Tell Orbitz that you’re gay and save up to $100 on travel. Not that there’s anything wrong with that…
The office supply of the future.
With all of the awful changes in airline fare rules in most cases set to go into effect on January 1, 2003, it’s worth noting that America West has not crossed over to the dark side. Combined with an outstanding elite program, they just may earn some of my business next year.
China consolidates its airlines into 3 major carriers.
Author Salman Rushdie’s ‘perpetual one-way ticket’ gets him tagged at airport security.
An interesting article suggests that CAPS, the government’s terrorist profiling system used in aviation security, is less effective than random screening. Since you know if your carry-ons have been manually inspected, you’ve been questioned, you’re asked to stand in a special line, or if you’ve been frisked, you know your CAPS profile — or at least you know what you aren’t, which makes it very easy to defeat CAPS, even if the profile itself is always kept secret.
New enrollment bonus 2,000 bonus miles for new United Mileage Plus members.