Once upon a time, if you wanted to find award availability on Star Alliance airlines, you search options were limited to a couple of websites like United.com and Aeroplan.
Now, however, you can book Star Alliance awards directly through many of its affiliated airlines’ mileage programs, including Aegean Miles + Bonus, Miles & More (the program of Lufthansa, Austrian, Swiss, Adria, Croatia Airlines, LOT and more) and Singapore KrisFlyer, we figured it was time to take a look at various ways to book awards on Star Alliance airlines. LEARN MORE!
If you’ve never experienced the northern lights, close up is the best way to do it. Away from light pollution and the hustle and bustle of daily life, you’ll find several ice hotels that show aurora borealis at its best. LEARN MORE!
Hot off the heels of the announcement of two new American Express Hilton cards is the announcement that American Express has purchased the Hilton back book from Citi. This means that existing Citi Hilton cardholders will be converted to American Express Hilton cards. Update: Citi now has a full F.A.Q found here regarding the change. The change will officially happen on January 30th, 2018. If you’re a Reserve cardholder then American Express will give you the full 12 months to meet the $10,000 spending requirement for the free night certificate. The product changes will be as follows:LEARN MORE!
Get out of town with these nonstop flights to Miami! Take a walk along the many beautiful beaches of Miami, let loose in one of the city’s many dance clubs and enjoy some much-needed time away.LEARN MORE!
WOW Air, the Icelandic budget airline, is offering flights to Europe from a few US Cities for just $69.99. For that price you can travel to Iceland from several US cities but for $20 more you can also visit other European countries. LEARN MORE!
Iceland is hot on travelers’ radars – that’s a fact, not an opinion. We all know at least one person who has hopped on a plane to experience the unparalleled beauty for themselves.
But, relatively cheap plane rides sadly contrast with the quintessentially Nordic prices you encounter upon arrival. (The cost of living is high, and most restaurants and accommodation options cost either the same, if not more, than in capital cities like London and Paris.)
That said, Iceland on a budget can be more of an effortless journey than you might expect. You just need to be conscious about your spending (and take on board these tips)!LEARN MORE!