InsideFlyer Newsletter: August 2 2017  


Should You Bother With the New MileagePlus GO Card?

New Security Procedures
Find out what domestic security measures the Transportation Security Administration has implemented at airports in the United States — and how they’re more stringent.

New Malaysia Tourist Tax
A tax of ten Malaysian ringgit — which is roughly equivalent to $2.35 — per room per night is now in effect at hotel and resort properties across Malaysia.

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“Churning” With American Express? Rules Changed
If you are thinking about canceling or downgrading an American Express card within 12 months of opening an account, you may be in for a rude awakening.

Checked Baggage Transit Area at Changi Airport?
To avoid going landside at Changi Airport after arriving with a non-alliance airline, can anileze check a bag at the transit desk of a different airline airside?

Westin Copley Place, Boston
Although this is a decent hotel in an excellent location, find out why KENNECTED believes it is not “up to snuff” with other Westins.

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Should You Bother With the New MileagePlus GO Card? by InsideFlyer member Canarsie.
Bottom banner: Westin Copley Place, Boston by InsideFlyer member KENNECTED.

Posted : September 26, 2017 12:49 am