News and notes from around the interweb:
- Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways has applied to fly from Ho Chi Minh City to Los Angeles and San Francisco (via Taipei, Osaka or Nagoya) along with connecting service between these U.S. cities and Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto. They could eventually add service from Dallas, New York or Seattle as well. And the carrier is looking to codeshare with a major U.S. airline.
Bamboo Airways Boeing 787 Business Class Seat
- Chase transfers between account members need to start over the phone. Chase lets you transfer Ultimate Rewards points between accounts held by two people in the same household (or, for business cards, with a co-owner of the business). However you can no longer link these accounts online. New linkages need to be made over the phone. Once linked, you can make the transfers online as before. Via Doctor of Credit, it is unclear if this change is temporary or permanent.
- Rewards Network is offering an extra 150 points per dine when crediting to Marriott on top of 1000 bonus points every 10 dines and 6000 bonus points for new members after 3 dines.
- Looks like cruise lines will get an exception to Florida’s vaccine passport ban (HT: Cheryl L.
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- American Airlines CEO highlighting important social issues, while he leaves running the airline to others? A man focused mostly on his legacy?