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Qantas does a bottle water take on its premium passengers

If you were flying business or premium economy with Qantas today your ‘big’ bottles of water have been replaced by ‘aircraft potable water’, as is the current practice in Qantas economy class. How well this goes down with those customers is unknown. Many may well approve of an initiative to help reduce Qantas waste to […]

New cabin patent: Does Boeing really hate humans this much ?

For a publication that is generally about good things, Australian Business Traveller has a sharp eye for humbug in drawing our attention to a 12 across business class atrocity patent from Boeing. However, the problem is more widespread than Boeing.  Its rival Airbus seems to be in a contest with the cruel American to come […]

Cyber Monday Transatlantic Business Class Fare Sale

While not the greatest deal ever, this has the potential for anyone hoping to fly transatlantic over the upcoming holidays. Earlier today oneworld carriers (American, British Airways, Finnair, and Iberia) launched a one-day Cyber Monday...Show More Summary

Anglophile Alert: British Airways Cyber Monday Sale – Business Class to London for Just $2400

We don’t normally post airfare deals but this one is too good not to mention. British Airways are having a cyber Monday sale offering up the chance to fly to London Business class from the USA starting at $2400 round trip. This is a pretty dang good deal for business class. Show More Summary

Fly From The US To Europe For 12,500 Miles

Earlier I wrote about Air France/KLM's upcoming FlyingBlue Promo Awards, which are valid for bookings between December 1 and December 31, 2015. As far as North America destinations go, there are 25% discounts on business class awards to/from Mexico City, Montreal, and Vancouver. Show More Summary

Our Mandatory Breastfeeding Fetish: Race, Class, Big Business And The New Politics Of Motherhood

Yummy Mummy is a small store in the middle of a quietly commercial block of Manhattan’s Lexington Avenue. Flanked by a dog accessory store and a beauty salon, it is surrounded by expensive boutiques specializing in children. A quickShow More Summary

Think United’s 8-Across Business Class is Tight? Boeing Patents 12-Across Seating!

A new Boeing patent published November 19 details how an airline could go to 12-across seating in business class. Forget the dorm-style 8-across that United still has on some Boeing 777s, or the 6-across they have on others. American,...Show More Summary

Why It Makes Sense For British Airways To Charge For Seat Assignments

While many airlines charge for advance seat assignments in economy nowadays, one of British Airways' most egregious policies is that they also charge for seat assignments in business class. It's crazy that you can pay $10,000+ for a business class ticket and then be asked to shell out further cash just to select a seat. Show More Summary

Weekly Review: November 28, 2015

Hello from London! I'm here for the holiday weekend, thanks to October's fantastic business class sale. I haven't spent much time in London, while Ford has (and has several friends here), so it has been refreshing to get a different perspective on the city. The post Weekly Review: November 28, 2015 appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

The Global Nomad Convertible Backpack changes with the times

When life is tossing you from one crazy scenario to the next, you have to adjust what you’re carrying and how. You don’t want to walk from class with your backpack on and waltz into a business meeting as it seems out of place. Neither would you want to use a messenger bag in that case. If you’re taking classes, working, traveling, and more, then you need a bag that...

Our mandatory breast-feeding fetish: Race, class, big business and the new politics of motherhood

Some reports suggest breast-feeding's benefits can be overstated. So why such public and moral pressure behind it?

Will American Airlines Be the First US Carrier to Introduce Premium Economy?

Premium economy is an important product throughout the world, positioning itself between business class and economy. It's usually offered on long haul flights and depending on the carrier approximates domestic first class in the US perhaps with foot rests. Show More Summary

Will American Introduce Premium Economy?

Many non-US airlines offer a premium economy product, which has become considerably more popular over the years. As economy seats keep getting tighter and business class seats keep getting more spacious, there's room for some middleShow More Summary

Brevity Is The Sister Of Talent For Harvard Business School

For the one essay that is part of this year's MBA application, Harvard Business School sets a scene on the first day of class and places you in Aldrich Hall meeting your 'section'. This is the group of 90 classmates  who will become your close companions in the first-year MBA classroom. [...]

The Worst Flight Attendant I’ve Ever Had

In mid-October I wrote about the incredible oneworld transatlantic business class fare sale, whereby we saw many transatlantic routes bookable for as little as ~$1,300 roundtrip. That's amazing, especially since they qualified for the...Show More Summary

’N Sync Members Bow to Adele’s 25 With the Quiet Grace of Men Who Know They Have Lost to Their Superior

Knowing Joey Fatone is such a class act is going to make you feel even worse about making fun of his last name in middle school. "Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat," the... More »

Define Display Labels as attributes in Business Entity class in C#

A way to define display names for class members in BE class that can be used as table headers.

Do 30 Minute Flights Get More Over The Top Than This?

It goes without saying that US airlines don't exactly excel when it comes to service on shorthaul flights. Non-US airlines are generally a bit better, though not across the board. In shorthaul business class on European airlines youShow More Summary

A Strange New Awareness of Who's Trying to Cross Our Southern Border

The New York Times columnist Frank Bruni, July 8: On Fox Business on Tuesday, [Marco] Rubio gave a pathetic master class in cowardly evasion, stammering his way though an interview in which he was asked repeatedly for an opinion about [Donald] Trump. Show More Summary

Cheap Business Class Flights And Is Southwest Going To Ruin Thanksgiving?

The Best of the Rest is my effort to summarize all the travel/miles & points stories that interested me on a daily basis but didn’t have time to write about  in length.  Culled from over 100 blogs/authors I follow, some are passed along...Show More Summary

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