Air Travel

Why You Shouldn’t (Necessarily) Book That Cheap Flight

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Does it really make sense to commit yourself to an entire trip, simply because you found a cheap flight?

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5 Great Uses for AMEX Points (And 5 Easy Ways to Earn Them)

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Whether you have 10,000 points or 110,000, the best AMEX Membership Rewards value lies in redeeming for first- and business-class air travel.

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Marimekko, Minimalism and Tom of Finland

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I’d fly Finnair’s business class again if the opportunity presented itself, although I probably wouldn’t seek the opportunity.

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Smooth as Silk—Still

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How has time (not to mention, many experiences in the world’s best business classes) changed my initial (starstruck) perception of Thai Airways business class?

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Qatar Airways’ Phenomenal—but Paradoxical—First Class

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The impeccable experience offered in Qatar Airways’ first class contradicts the airline’s advocacy for elimination of the cabin.

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D’oh: A Less-Than-Regal Experience in Qatar Airways Business Class

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Qatar Airways business class provides solid service and a good product, but it wasn’t the industry-leading experience I expected it would be.

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Singapore Airlines’ Surprising Flaw

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Expect to be satisfied when you fly Singapore Airlines in business class, but not stunned.

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Inspiration of Japan

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Very little about the ANA experience has changed since I first flew them, besides of course the percentage of time I’m in business vs. economy.

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