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Due to the insane, hypocritical prudishness of the USA, hourly rate hotels do not exist there because OMG someone might have sex out of wedlock and the wrath of God would smite everyone helping them. That said, there are day rate hotels, for example at https://www.hotelsbyday.com . It says something about the situation that https://www.between9and5.com/ ...


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Oneworld has recently changed policy and airlines including BA are no longer required to interline bags on separate tickets. In your case, Emirates isn't in oneworld and it's likely that BA wouldn't have checked-through your luggage anyway. You will have to exit customs and immigration, collect your bags, change terminals (if necessary) and check-in again. ...


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The next BA aircraft to come into service will be the A350, estimated in service in 2018. This aircraft will supposedly feature a new club world (business class) offering of which there is much speculation going on over on flyertalk. For the A380 and B787, the first passenger 'training' flights were flown on short haul routes. I would imagine the same will ...


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It is sometimes possible to transfer airline miles from one programme to another, but is rarely a good idea. Typically it involves transferring to another programme such as a hotel chain and then from that to the other airline. There is a form on webflyer showing how this is done, though I'm not sure how up to date it is. For example you can convert 10000 ...


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I've done a lot of flying back and forth to Seattle from the UK for the last few years. My corporate policy is also economy. I've flown on Delta, BA and AA for all or parts of LON-SEA and back. Since you're going to be doing this a fair amount, my recommendation is to get status in one alliance and stick to it. The good thing about DL is that with status ...


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If you'd prefer a short answer: if you fly on only 1 airline, you are much more likely to have a good outcome if there is a delay of the 1st flight, or some other issue. If it's a popular connection, they may hold the 2nd flight. If you miss a connection and it's their fault, almost all airlines will get you on the next available flight, and pay for your ...



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