News and notes from around the interweb:
- Lawyer representing airline employees who don’t want to be vaccinated says vaccination pressue is making air travel unsafe.
- British Airways double elite tier points offer
- Study: international travel improves business performance utilizing chess player outcomes. (HT: Marginal Revolution)
- Free United Silver status for Denver-area residents (HT: Doctor of Credit)
- $1 status match masterclass from the founders of StatusMatch.com including the former head of a oneworld frequent flyer program.
In the Status Match Masterclass, information will be shared so that you have all the tools and information you need to get a Status Match with any airline in US/Canada, even if that airline is not currently running a public Status Match offer.
- United Airlines instructs flight attendants not to cede control of the cabin to anti-maskers
- Delta Flight Attendants Personally Purchase Special Items for Afghan Children on Evacuation Plane (HT: Josh B.)
Flight attendants on an emergency flight out of Germany personally purchased various items “on their own initiative” the night before the trip, pilot Alexander Kahn said Friday in an interview with John Berman on CNN’s New Day.
“Spending their own money, they purchased diapers and wipes and candy and balloons and coloring books and other things they knew the evacuees were going to need,” he told Berman.