Zach Honig, The Points Guy

Zach Honig

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Zach:

Miles Away: It's Time to Plan Your Trip to Oktoberfest

TripSavvy general manager Molly Fergus joins Miles Away to share her Oktoberfest booking strategy, including securing flights, hotel rooms and more. → Read More

United Will Soon Fly a Huge 767 Biz Cabin From Chicago, Too

Having so many more business-class seats available should help boost your chances of an upgrade — and, perhaps at some point, finding a saver award. → Read More

United Rolls Out New Polaris Business-Class Pajamas

You should expect to see these popping up very soon — perhaps even on flights this month. → Read More

Dreamliner for One, Please: Oman Air in First Class on a 787-9 From London to Muscat

An excellent suite, phenomenal crew and entirely empty cabin made for one of our best flights to date. → Read More

The 4 Coolest Liveries of the 2019 Paris Air Show

Prominently displayed as part of the Paris Air Show's "static display," aircraft are all lined up, stretching as far as the eye can see. → Read More

Touring Mitsubishi's SpaceJet M100, an Extra-Roomy 76-Seater

While Mitsubishi has yet to announce any orders, the company is reportedly in discussions with a US carrier, and expects to have a final aircraft ready by 2023. → Read More

Inside the Boeing 737 That Will Fly Your Amazon Packages Around the US

The 737 conversion program is new to Boeing — the company started delivering retrofitted aircraft just a year ago. → Read More

Business-Class Only: Take a Tour of La Compagnie's New Airbus A321LR

La Compagnie has just one Airbus A321LR at this point, though the carrier expects to take delivery of a second in September. → Read More

A Look Inside Eviation's All-Electric Alice Commuter Plane

Eviation is hoping to receive FAA certification as soon as 2021, with the aircraft entering commercial service in 2022. → Read More

Korean Air to Add 30 Boeing Dreamliners to Wide-Body Fleet

With this order, the carrier is quadrupling its 787 fleet, so we could see Korean Air eventually add destinations as well. → Read More

Touring AirAsia X's Very First Airbus A330neo

It's hardly luxurious — AirAsia is focused on keeping fares low, and that clearly shows as you walk through the tiny premium cabin, followed by a sea of economy. → Read More

United Makes It Easier to Track Status Progress in Mobile App

While United usually leads the industry with its mobile app, this time the carrier's playing catch-up. → Read More

United Releases Business Award Seats on Inaugural Cape Town Flight

A party before departure, upon arrival in Cape Town and of course onboard will make for a very special trip to South Africa. → Read More

Amex Details New Centurion Lounge, Escape Lounge Coming to Phoenix

With a planned opening in 2020, the new Phoenix Centurion Lounge will be located in Terminal 4. → Read More

The Most Depressing Hawaii Hotel Breakfast I've Ever Seen

As beneficial as Hilton Diamond status can be in some locations, you'll want to do your research before booking Hilton's Hawaii properties in the future. → Read More

New Amex App Tool Helps Speed up Centurion Lounge Access

Once you update your app, you should see the new feature right away. → Read More

United Airlines Plans to Hold More Flights for Connecting Passengers

During a trial, more than 10,000 passengers made connections that they otherwise would have missed. → Read More

Accessing Hawaii's Best Lounge Before a Domestic United Flight

ANA's Tokyo lounges are entirely serviceable, but it's the airline's new Honolulu outpost that really shines. → Read More

Flying Honu to Hawaii: A Review of ANA's A380 Business Class

All Nippon Airways' first Airbus A380 offers a comfortable, stylish ride to Hawaii. → Read More

Single-Pilot Airline Flights Are a Long Way Off

Travelers might not be especially enthusiastic about the concept of traveling on a pilotless or single-pilot jet — eventually, they may not have a choice. → Read More