News notes from around the interweb:
- Avianca LifeMiles Star Alliance award sale up to 43% off for bookings made by December 9. (HT: One Mile at a Time)
LifeMiles is a transfer partner of American Express, Citibank, and Capital One and regularly sells miles inexpensively (with big bonuses) including right now.
- American’s new Dallas Fort-Worth – Tel Aviv service doesn’t start until September 2020 but a month after launch they’re planning to go from 3 times a week to daily service.
Dallas Fort-Worth Airport
- 4 million stolen credit cards for sale traced to restaurant chain hack
- SuperShuttle pulling out of several markets
The [Baltimore] service shutdown is one of several announced by SuperShuttle as the holiday travel season ramps up. The email also says the company ended operations in Minneapolis on Nov. 15 and in Dallas on Nov. 16. SuperShuttle vans will stop serving Sacramento International Airport on Dec. 2.
- TD Bank will no longer have the Aeroplan Visa effective February 1 so I imagine the new Air Canada frequent flyer program will have a new U.S. card issuer.
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- Alitalia will get more government subsidies, where’s the faux outrage from Delta, American and United?