Lifestyle

American-US Airways Merger Won’t Affect Your Frequent Flier Miles — For Now

[credit provider=”Chris Sloan/Airchive” url=”http://airchive.com/blog/2013/01/19/the-eagle-rises-again-onboard-american-airlines-boeing-777-300er-inaugural-flight/”] This morning, US Airways and American Airlines have announced an $11 billion merger, that has been expected for a long time.AA has posted a big FAQ, which includes a whole section on loyalty programs, elite status, miles, and everything else.
American-US Airways Merger Won’t Affect Your Frequent Flier Miles — For Now
Lifestyle

A Chicago Man Has Flown 1 Million Miles On United This Year

[credit provider=”PRNewsFoto/United Continental Holdings, Inc.”] On December 6, a Chicago man became the first person to fly one million miles on United Airlines flights in a single year.Tom Stuker, an automotive sales consultant, flies frequently to Asia and Australia, and has taken about 400 flights this calendar year alone.
A Chicago Man Has Flown 1 Million Miles On United This Year
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Here’s How To Get Those Expired Frequent Flier Miles Back

[credit provider=”Flickr / ND Strupler” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/strupler/3047986998/in/photostream/”] If you haven’t flown much recently but have miles sitting in a frequent flier account, they could vanish before your eyes.Back when frequent flier programs began in the 1980s, miles either never expired or had a shelf-life of at least three years.
Here’s How To Get Those Expired Frequent Flier Miles Back