Discounted Premium Economy Awards, How Suitcases Are Made [Roundup]

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • New Singapore Airlines ‘spontaneous escapes’ award discounts lots of premium economy from the U.S. but no business class. (HT: George S)

  • Not sure the value add here?

    Brasilia airport adds emojis next to flight status 😆 pic.twitter.com/XIG1fEu922

    — David Gasca (@gasca) July 30, 2022

  • Now do ‘how do airlines damage them?’

    Suitcase making. This process is called thermoforming pic.twitter.com/uzXpaMMAy3

    — How Things Are Manufactured (@fastworkers6) August 10, 2022

  • A day in quarantine in Sanya, China

  • After her husband disappeared and became non-communicative, she showed up at the airport waiting for a flight she thought he’d be on – where she saw him exit customs holding hands with his piano student.

    @theindependentsg

    Wife catches her husband and his mistress just after they land at Changi airport

    ♬ original sound – The Independent Singapore

  • If I could get my 3 year old daughter an authorized user card on my Amex Platinum card account I would do so.

    Special prize today to @Delta for letting me and my husband into their lounge because we have a specific credit card and informing us our 4yo would have to pay a fee or wait outside bc she "not a cardholder"

    Good job Delta, you really thought that through

    — Emily Galvin-Almanza (@GalvinAlmanza) August 14, 2022

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