Podcast: 4 Cool things Nick learned at the Toronto Travel Summit | Coffee Break Ep10 | 5-7-24


Nick just came back from a weekend in Toronto at the Toronto Travel Summit. In today’s Coffee Break episode, he’ll share 4 cool things he learned there.

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(2:00) – Air France is working on upgrades using miles that sounds like it might be very reasonable.

(07:30) – Aeroplan intends to bring back family pooling the same as it was.

(09:17) – Aeroplan is actually working on getting partner space back up and running.

(12:56) – Hotels could be a good use of Finnair Avios

(18:08) – Networking at these things continues to be great! Lots of interested / interesting people & creators with different angles.

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Music Credit – Beach Walk by Unicorn Heads

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tim grable

You talked about United’s points pooling being a mess. After setting it up, I can no longer transfer points from Chase to United. Has anyone else had this problem?


This was a great episode!


I called Aeroplan today and the agent picked up immediately too! Unlike your call though, they made sure to charge the change fee 🙁 Even worse, last time, the agent insisted that the call center fee had to be charged, even though the itinerary (fairly straightforward one way with stopover) was not a bookable result online. It was really disappointing that the two flights appeared in the results if you searched separately, but they were not available via the stopover search. Last year, it seemed easy to combine two flights with a stopover online.