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.

This Gold Card is Actually Made with Gold, Review of The Mastercard® Gold Card™ from Luxury Card™

Ah, the gold card. The term gold card is thrown around quite a bit in movies and TV shows. You might think that a gold card would be the créme de la créme. This is not always the case. The most popular gold card, while a solid introductory premium card, doesn’t offer a great deal of benefits. However, there is one gold card that’s truly deserving of the title. That’s the Mastercard® Gold Card™ from Luxury Card™.

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My First Time Flying Intra-European Business Class, A Surprisingly Enjoyable Experience

Finally, last month, I took my first flight in business class on European airline solely within Europe. From what I’ve heard from other bloggers and frequent flyers, I was to expect poor service, awful legroom, and little to no onboard amenities. However, my two-hour flight from London to Berlin was a pleasant surprise that ran completely contrary to what I’ve heard about intra-European business class.

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Crítica: Volando en Interjet Sukhoi Superjet desde Los Cabos a Toluca (En Español)

La mayoría de los viajeros están familiarizados con Airbus y Boeing. Algunos incluso están familiarizados con Bombardier y Embraer. Pero hay otro fabricante de aviones que produce aviones regionales más grandes y más modernos. El fabricante de aviones ruso Sukhoi ofrece a las aerolíneas el Sukhoi Superjet, un avión regional menos conocido, el Sukhoi Superjet compite directamente con Embraer, Airbus y Bombardier. Esto es lo que parece a bordo del último avión comercial ruso operado por la compañía mexicana Interjet.

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This Is What It’s Like To Fly in a Russian-Built Sukhoi Superjet on Interjet

Most travelers are familiar with Airbus and Boeing. Some are even familiar with Bombardier and Embraer. But there’s another aircraft manufacturer producing modern larger regional jets. Russian aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi offers airlines the Sukhoi Superjet, a lesser-known regional jet, the Sukhoi Superjet competes directly with Embraer, Airbus, and Bombardier. Here’s what it’s like aboard Russia’s latest commercial airliner operated by Mexican-carrier Interjet.

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An AvGeek Moment: Dissecting The Album Cover of a New Rap Song

If you’re an avgeek like me, you’re probably quick to (over) analyze photos or videos featuring an airport or an airline. It never fails. If I see an airline, airplane, or an airport featured in pop culture or media, I always want to know more about the image or clip. What aircraft are featured in the image? What airline is that? Have I flown into that airport before? Those are just a few of the questions that come to mind when air travel blends with pop culture or media.

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Trying Out Airbus’ VOOM, The Uber of Helicopters

It seems nowadays that every transportation start-up company aims at being the Uber of their industry. With the sharing economy popular not just among millennials, companies are looking to make luxury services like private jets, luxury vacation rentals, and helicopter rides more affordable. Airbus’ VOOM, a helicopter service, wants to become the Uber of helicopters. While other services aim to provide similar services, VOOM might be the closest helicopter service to actually offer an Uber-like experience. Here’s what the full VOOM experience is like.

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This Card Got Me Free Champagne, 15% Off My Meal, and Free Sides in NYC

There are a plethora of black cards out there. With so many start-up black cards, it’s hard to cut through the noise and find a true black card experience. Some black cards are simply too expensive while others are affordable but lack benefits. On a trip to NYC for Mother’s Day, I treated my mom to a tasty meal at a popular restaurant and put the SELECT Black Card to the test. Here’s why our dinner only confirmed that the SELECT Black Card is worth it.

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