Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has announced plans to sell Splendour of the Seas to TUI Cruises. The Vision Class vessel will set sail on her final voyage for Royal Caribbean on April 4, 2016, then be transferred to TUI Cruises. TUI plans to sub-lease the vessel to Thomson Cruises. According to the company, “Splendour of… Read full article

March 1 came and nearly went before I realized that OMG, it’s March 1!!! I have to look at all my loyalty accounts to see if my status changed or something reset! Except, I didn’t. For the first time, in well….ever, I did not bother to sign into my loyalty accounts, check some status level,… Read full article

Another fun-filled week of ice and snow here at MJ on Travel. A little Cincinnati in the winter time is enough, just to return home for ice in the ATL, and a personal trip to Raleigh for….you guessed it, more snow. Good times. I’ll be in the office this week though, and that’s a good… Read full article

You heard it here first, MJ on Travel is less loyal than he used to be. Don’t get me wrong, there are still travel providers that I prefer more than others (two of which will be featured in this post), but in the last year I’ve stopped being “blindly loyal” to any company. Much has… Read full article

Anthem of the Seas, the second of Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-class vessels, is nearing completion at the Meyer-Werft yards in Papenburg, Germany. Promising to be every bit as awesome as Quantum of the Seas, Anthem will begin cruising in the spring from Southampton, England before repositioning to Cape Liberty, New Jersey where she’ll homeport to serve… Read full article

Royal Caribbean’s biggest and best ship yet will be named Harmony of the Seas. Set to launch in April 2016, Harmony will be the third Oasis-Class vessel for the line. According to Royal Caribbean International’s President and CEO, Michael Bayley, “We are orchestrating a medley of new exciting concepts with the best Royal Caribbean innovations… Read full article

Last night, DeltaPoints posted that he had heard from a Delta representative on the issue of Delta.com producing higher prices for award travel when checking “I Am Traveling” on the website. Further, the company made an announcement on FlyerTalk too. The gist of the announcement: they identified the error that was causing awards to price… Read full article

Delta Air Lines announced this morning that it is enhancing wi-fi service on board a large part of its aircraft fleet. According to the company, “the upgrades will extend Wi-Fi access beyond the shores of the North America for customers traveling between the U. S. and Latin America or the Caribbean. Gogo (NASDAQ:GOGO) will begin… Read full article

A couple of days ago, I wrote a post that most would take as supportive of Delta Air Lines. I noted in the post a few reasons why I think Delta will continue to be successful in spite of changes to its loyalty program. There were some spirited comments back and forth which are worth… Read full article

Is it just me, or should all airports be required to make space for a Vino Volo? For the record, this is not my first visit to a Vino Volo location, it just happens to be well-timed, uncrowded, and just about perfect for waiting for a flight. This particular location, Cincinnati, has power outlets around… Read full article

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