Amex Helping Customers, Americans Stranded Abroad, TSA Rule Changing

Delta A350 Front View
Front view of the Delta A350
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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Thursday, March 19, 2020, that we think you should read.

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US Citizens Are Stranded Abroad Because Of The Coronavirus And Don’t Know How They’ll Get Home. – Dealing with Coronavirus is bad enough while at home. I can’t even imagine what it is like when you’re in a foreign country in these uncertain times.

Amex is helping cardmembers right now, and it’s awesome. – American Express knows how to take care of its customers. Yes, some of their policies about “one bonus per lifetime” and other rules can be frustrating. But, they are definitely known for having great customer service. I think that brands that go out of their way to take care of customers now will have greater loyalty down the road when things get better.

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The Rule TSA Is Changing Because of COVID-19. – If at all possible, you shouldn’t fly anyway. But if you do, you can now take up to 12 ounces of hand sanitizer with you through security.

17 Tips on Successfully Working from Home. – All of these are great tips. I’m pretty good at most, but I still have trouble setting boundaries between home and work responsibilities. I recently added two 24″ monitors to make looking at the computer easier on my eyes and more productive with two screens. [PS: My wife has been praising the value of two screens for years.]

Delta to ground half its fleet as it winds down majority of its operation. – Until you start seeing the numbers, it is hard to imagine how many flights airlines have in the air on any given day. The financial and societal impact of not traveling will be felt around the world. As my buddy, Brett has said, “If you have a bunch of airline miles and hotel points, at what point do you cash them in for fear of losing them entirely if an airline or hotel goes bankrupt?”

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