80,000 Chase Ink Business Preferred Card now live, $400RT from D.C. to Santiago, easy Etihad Silver status, Alitalia to announce major cuts and Berkshire Hathaway invests in Delta

Posted on November 15, 2016 by in Travel Industry Flight Status

MightyTravels 2016-11-15 at 11.27.27 AM

– Chase has released the public offer for the new 80,000 Bonus Points Chase Ink Business Preferred Card

This is an excellent offer and if you have a small business you should certainly try to get this card. Chase only lets you get 5 cards within 24 months but until now this does not apply if you walk into a branch and ask if you are pre-approved.

MightyTravels 2016-11-15 at 11.23.45 AM

– Avianca and COPA both have ~400RT tickets from Washington D.C. to Santiago de Chile (HT Flyertalk)

MightyTravels 2016-11-15 at 11.30.38 AM

– Etihad has an offer for getting Silver Status with just one paid ticket

The requirements are a bit muggy and it is not exactly an inspirational status to have.


– it seems the honeymoon between Etihad and its Etihad Equity Allaince partners is over – after Air Berlin has made cuts, Alitalia is now seeing impending cuts to fleet and staff

Berkshire Hathaway invests in Delta – just $300 million but still a surprise as airlines are seen to largely peaking – maybe this is a ‘Trump hedge’?

Warren Buffett’s company took 6.33 million shares of Delta stock, according to a regulatory filing made Monday and cited by Business Insider. Forbes reported that the shares are worth about $300 million.