I’ve run into a consistent problem not being able to pay for my ticket on Virgin America’s website. Have you gotten to the payment screen and wasn’t able to move on? If so, we think we know what’s happening. Continue reading “Why won’t Virgin America’s website allow me to make a payment or add a credit card?”
As mentioned on yesterday’s post, buying tickets directly from Indonesian airline websites with a United States credit card seems futile. Continue reading “Why I decided not to use TicketIndonesia.info to book my flights”
With an itinerary set for a trip to Indonesia, I wanted to start booking my internal flights to Yogyakarta and Bali within the country. Continue reading “Is it safe to use Tiket.com to book Indonesian flights from U.S.?”
All hail British Airways and their reward miles cancellation policy! Continue reading “Cancel a British Airways reward flight without Avios penalty”
Every year during the spring and summer months, friends and family, bridesmaids and groomsmens crisscross the United States for wedding season. Continue reading “Southwest Airlines’ “Wedding Dancer” commercials are the best”
I received an email this morning regarding my Premier Rewards Gold AMEX Card that made owning an American Express card much more enticing. Continue reading “AMEX Gold introduces no foreign transaction fees, $100 airline fee credit”
Did you know that it’s your legal right to cancel a flight and receive a full refund within 24 hours of purchasing it? Continue reading “Yes, you can legally cancel your flight within 24 hours and get a full refund (mostly)”
I don’t have much loyalty when it comes to airlines; the lowest fare usually gets my business. Continue reading “Data suggests Virgin America is consistently faster than competition”
If you have confirmed ticket with United Airlines, and would like to move your flight to an earlier flight on the same day, there’s a way for you to make that change without paying an arm and leg to make that change. Continue reading “Changing your United Airlines flight? Here’s how to reduce the change fee”
Getting through a long flight can be tough but luckily for us, airlines are making flight experiences more fun than ever before, but not all. As such, we need more airlines that provide a fun experience from take-off to landing. We need more Virgin Americas and fewer Frontier Airlines.
Instead of nickel and diming customers by masking fees as choices, Virgin America is busy improving customer experiences in a real way – they recently released an airline safety demonstration that unlike any other, and more importantly, can’t be ignored:
> TL;DR: Follow your gut.
As I was browsing flights back home from Dreamforce, I saw that Frontier Airlines had a flight that was best suited to my preferred schedule (sleeping in).
I was hesitant to book it because I had a faint memory of a negative experience with Frontier that happened sometime between 8 months and 7 years ago. Something rubbed me the wrong way back then, but somehow (alcohol) my memory of that incident escaped me. So despite my gut (alcohol), I booked the Frontier flight. Continue reading “Frontier Sucks: Confu$ing Fare Option$$$$”