TravelSkills’ 10 most popular posts over the last week (descending order):
1 Must sign up to get it: AT&T follows Verizon, T-Mobile to more roaming
2 Nonstop ribbon cuttings Slew of new flights at SFO
Don’t miss the AJC editorial about the Delta-Fox brouhaha which starts out like this: Atlantans were aghast last week when the body of the beloved Fox Theatre was found in a car trunk, bound and gagged, a single shot to the back of the head.
4 Battle begins Alaska, Southwest fight for California with new flights
5 Try it, you’ll like it Are you a business class seat expert? Take our fun quiz! Come on, 2,000+ readers have taken it so far!
6 Oldie but goodie remains popular TSA explains confusion over PreCheck policies
7 New nonstop Oakland-London on Norwegian: Low fares, low frills
9 Check ’em out, then check in 4 brand new hotels in New York City
10 Members only Hilton’s big summer sale
TravelSkills was invited to a big United Airlines event in NYC in early June which requires signing a non-disclosure agreement to get in the door. Regrettably we can make it due to a prior commitment (flying Turkish Airlines to Istanbul!), but we’ll keep an eye out for the news. Rumor has it that United will reveal a new BusinessFirst seat design at the event. But who knows? What do you think it could be? Leave your prognostications below.
Links to stories from other sources that we thought you’d like to read:
In case you missed Saturday’s post about one of our favorite subjects, the much-loved Boeing 747: The 747 Project
NOTE: Be sure to click here to see all recent TravelSkills posts about: United’s newest, longest flight + Tipping Uber drivers + Qantas 747 Trip Report + Confusion over PreCheck policies + No-fee earlier flights