Max Prosperi

Max Prosperi is a business major based out of the Midwest. A college student stuck with the task of receiving an education, he still makes time to fly throughout the world. He’s learned how to maximize earning points and miles and travel cheaply even in premium cabins.

Updated: Best Deals on Luggage During Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale (2021)

  Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale is now open to all shoppers. Nordstrom’s popular Anniversary Sale runs now through August 9th. So, how exactly is this relevant to travel?  Nordstrom offers an extensive line of luggage and travel accessories. This year, dozens of products from brands like Tumi, Briggs & Riley, and Ted Baker London are included in Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale. Here are some of the best deals on luggage and travel accessories at this year’s sales plus, the cards to use when making your purchases. Best Luggage and Travel Accessories on Sale Now This year’s Anniversary Sale features nearly 6,000...

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The End of Interjet Seems Inevitable

In 2020, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous small cash-strapped and debt-heavy airlines shuttered operations. The combination of significantly decreased demand for air travel and a global economic crisis proved too much for a number of airlines. While sadly, this was expected, the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to impact larger airlines. The most recent stimulus bill in the United States proves as much as debt-burdened carriers like American Airlines and United Airlines successfully secured billions of dollars in cash. However, while American Airlines and United Airlines may face financial difficulties in the future, an impending collapse or...

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Business Class at Home, Making The JetBlue Mint Class Cocktail

In 2020, like many, I spent most of the year at home. This was a major departure from the years prior. In total, I traveled just 21,000 miles by plane. At this point, I don’t need to provide any explanation for why this was. We are all well aware of COVID-19’s impact on travel. While I am optimistic that 2021 will bring a slow return to normalcy, we are still months away from any feeling of what it was like before the pandemic. Like many, I have plans to travel in 2021. I have yet to make any plans...

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Breeze Airways’ Initial Strategy Fails to Demonstrate Its Niche

On February 7th, 2020, JetBlue founder David Neeleman announced that his next project, Breeze Airways, could take to the skies as early as this year. After years of behind the scenes development, Neeleman’s newest venture, which was previously known as Moxy Airways, was made official with documents filed with the US Department of Transportation. Additionally, Neeleman outlined what passengers can expect from the new airline. Neeleman is quoted as saying that Breeze Airways is “going to fly where no one else is flying,” this is far from the case. Though Breeze Airways’ initial business plan has been announced, the...

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JetBlue Quietly Registered “Mint Suite” and “Mint Studio” Trademarks

JetBlue is expected to commence nonstop service between the U.S. and Europe in 2021. While the New York-based airline confirmed plans in 2019, there are still a number of unanswered questions surrounding the upcoming service. These include questions related to JetBlue’s premium product, JetBlue Mint. Though JetBlue’s Mint business class product is already very competitive, especially for the transcontinental market, there is widespread speculation that JetBlue will introduce a new variation of its Mint business class product alongside the airline’s new nonstop flights to Europe. As of February 2020, little is known about what this new Mint seat might...

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Can You Get Around the New York State Global Entry, TSA PreCheck Ban?

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), announced earlier today that residents of New York state will be unable to apply for the department’s Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP). These programs include popular services like TSA PreCheck and Global Entry as well as lesser-known programs like SENTRI and NEXUS. According to the Department of Homeland Security, New York residents are unable to apply for these programs as a result of a new law that prohibits the DHS from accessing Department of Motor Vehicle records within the state without a court order. The...

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Cheap Cyber Monday Flights: US to Europe from $84 one-way, $184 round-trip

  It’s Cyber Monday and while the overwhelming majority of deals are on things like consumer electronics and clothing, you can also score great deals on flights or vacation packages. One of these deals is on flights between the United States and Europe. For a limited time, flights from the U.S. to popular destinations in Europe are currently available from just $84 one-way or $184 round-trip. $84 one-way and $184 round-trip fares are only available on Iberia between Boston (BOS) and Barcelona (BCN). However, there are dozens of other deals on flights to top destinations in Europe from major...

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Review: I Finally Got To Fly Cathay Pacific First Class

Cathay Pacific first class is often considered to be one of the top first class products offered by any airline. With a massive double-wide seat, exceptional service, and access to top airport lounges, Cathay Pacific first class is a highly sought after redemption. I’ve personally had Cathay Pacific first class on my bucket list for some time now. However, my previous attempts never came to fruition as I either didn’t have enough miles or time. Finally, after years of wanting to fly in Cathay Pacific first class, I managed to find award space on the airline’s flight from New York City to Vancouver. Here’s my Cathay Pacific first class experience.

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