Four Seasons Anguilla Reopens After Hurricane Irma Clean-Up – 5th Night Free

The Four Seasons Anguilla officially re-opened last week after the resort was shuttered in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The property includes 181 hotel and villa rooms which Four Seasons took over from the Viceroy in late 2016. “Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla enjoyed significant popularity with our guests from around the world during…

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Mini Concorde Closer to Take Off After “Milestone” Engine Delivery – Award Pricing for Concorde Was Reasonable

Last June we reported that supersonic air transportation was set for a return, almost fourteen years after the Concorde was officially grounded. Boom Technology, an aviation technology startup, has created a three engine jet that’s equipped to carry 55 passengers and travel at 2x the speed of sound. Well, Boom is now closer to takeoff after a…

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Disney to Open Marvel Super Hero Lands…but Not in Florida Due to Legacy Universal Deal

This is an interesting story from The Motley Fool. Last week, Disney outlined their expansive plan to roll out Marvel characters in their parks worldwide. Disney’s California Adventure as well as parks in Paris and Hong Kong will see Spider-Man, Captain America, and Iron Man become regular staples. However, Walt Disney world was completely excluded…

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Chase Confirms Sapphire Reserve + Preferred Same Product in terms of Sign-Up Bonuses, Ink Business Your Best Bet

For quite some time now there have been mixed non-uniform results among our Juicy Miles clients as well as readers of this blog when trying to apply for a Chase Sapphire Preferred Card if already in possession of a Chase Sapphire Reserve (and vice versa). When the Reserve first came out and was offering that awesome…

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Atlanta Hartsfield Keeps Wifi Disabled After Cyber Attack on City of Atlanta

After a cyber attack targeted the City of Atlanta’s servers on Thursday, Hartsfield temporarily disabled its public Wifi network and even temporarily took down part of its website. Access went down Thursday at 1pm and is still not up. The airport’s website continues to display the following message: “We are currently experiencing website difficulties. Security…

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British Airways Crew Member Accused of Raping Flight Attendant During Layover

A male British Airways crew member was arrested during a layover in Singapore on suspicion of raping a female flight attendant.  The suspect is in Singapore police custody and British Airways says that they are “cooperating with the police investigation and offering full support to our cabin crew.” The rape apparently occurred during a party…

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