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Aaron is a CPA from Phoenix, AZ. His combination of wanderlust and affinity for numbers is what drove him to create Points Reckoning. He has a strange affinity for tiny dogs and currently lives with his girlfriend, Megan...

Emirates Takes Shot Directly at United

Emirates United

Unless you’ve been living under a social media rock the last couple days, I’m sure you’re aware of United’s mega-PR disaster. We’re talking of course about the forced removal and subsequent knock-out of a paying customer to make space for United crew. It’s also no secret that US legacy carriers …

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Emirates Business Class – Casey Neistat

Emirates Business Casey Neistat

Couple things in this world I’m a fan of, Emirates and Casey Neistat. The latter is kind of an inspiration to me. Real down to Earth guy who makes the most out of life. Respect. I recently stumbled upon his “review” of Emirates Business class, NYC to Dubai. Had to …

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The Classiest Passengers: February 2017

The Classiest Passengers

Here is our look at February 2017’s classiest passengers. A personal take on passenger shaming. Star Wars: The AARP Awakens Without Chewbacca by his side, Han Solo(aka Harrison Ford) is proving to be a much less adept pilot. Unfortunately, in his second well-publicized aviation incident, Mr. Solo mistook the taxiway …

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The Classiest Passengers – January 2017

We’re back, the classiest pax of January 2017. This month we’re bringing you some of our favorite passengers behaving badly. From politics to manspreads, here we go again. #MANSPREADMONDAY! ✈??????⛔✈ #passengershaming #flyingfeet #NOPE #airplaneetiquette #frequentflyer #crewlife #sassystew #aviation #cabincrew #avgeek #cabincrewlife #flightattendant #flightattendantlife #stewardess #flightattendantproblems #rantsofasassystew #travel #flightattendants #instapassport #aviationgeek …

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Could This be the Worst Use of United Miles?

I don’t like United Airlines. Their flight attendants are rude, their award availability isn’t that great and their website is slow. So when I had about 55,000 miles available, I considered the unthinkable: to use my limited budget to purchase goods from their “Mileageplus Merchandise Awards” store. I assumed the redemption value …

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