Daily Points: Priority Pass Losing P.F. Changs at LAX; Southwest Pilots Sue Boeing

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Priority Pass Will Lose P.F. Changs at LAX- P.F. Changs in the Tom Bradley Terminal of LAX will be leaving Priority Pass on October 25. Last month the bill credit was reduced from $30 to $28. [TFB]

Southwest Pilots Union Sues Boeing- The union representing the Southwest Airlines pilots sued Boeing alleging that Boeing rushed the 737 MAX jet to market and misrepresented the plan as safe. [WSJ]

Deals News

Amtrak is running a BOGO flash sale for Bedroom or Roomettes when you book before October 14 for travel between November 11, 2019, to April 8, 2020. 

There are new Amex Offers for:

  • MGM Resorts Las Vegas ($100 statement creditor for $500+ on rate and room charges)
  • Caesar Las Vegas (4,000 Membership rewards or $40 statement credit for $200+ on room rate and room charges)
  • Dell- 10% back as statement credit.
  • Boxed- 10% back as a statement credit.
  • Cell Phone Bill- 20% back as statement credit up to $50 in credits.

Travel News

  • Lufthansa withdrew an appeal against a passenger for skiplagging/hidden city ticketing. [Simple Flying]
  • Avianca Holdings secured a $250 million loan from Kingsland Holdings and United Airlines. The loan can be converted into Avianca shares at a per share cost of $4.6217 (a 35% premium over the 90-day weighted average price) [Avianca]
  • An American Airlines flight from Miami to Newark was delayed 3.5 hours after a man ran onto the plane screaming that it was his plane and he’s FBI. [VFTW]
  • KLM, the world’s oldest airline, turned 100 years old yesterday.
  • Stinky fruit caused an Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767-300ER to make an emergency landing due to a strong odor. [Flight Global]