Welcome to the middle of the work week, and unlike all of your pending deadlines and emails to clear through, we’ve got some good news! First class will continue to get better, your laptops are safe in your carry on and there are some sales worth taking a peek at…

The Proposed European Electronics Is Finally Deemed “Off”…

One. BIG. Resounding. Hooray. US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly has conceded that the proposed electronics ban, which aimed to make life more miserable for travelers, while endangering passengers by putting flammable lithium ion batteries in the cargo hold is OFF. European officials found U.S. intelligence to be insufficient to create such a risk, and at least for an extended period of time, talks are off. The Trump administration has of course reserved its right to reassess the situation as time passes. 

Emirates Announces Launch Date For Exciting New First Class…

If you’re headed to Dubai in November, lucky you. Emirates will reveal their new three across First Class cabin, destined initially for the Boeing 777-300 fleet at the Dubai Airshow, taking place November 12-16. Emirates currently offers four suites across both their 777 and A380 cabins, so this marks what is very likely to be a far larger, more luxurious suite. Unless an exciting leak happens, we’re unlikely to see the new seat prior to the Dubai Airshow, but it seems the seat could debut on select 777 routes as early as December. Great news for Emirates fans. They mention to follow them (and us) on Instagram to stay up to date on the launch.

30% Off Marriott In Bali, Singapore, Malaysia And Indonesia…

Marriott has launched yet another aggressive sale in Southeast Asia, creating potentially excellent value for anyone looking into hotels for their next trip. The JW Marriott in Singapore is the brands newest hotel and is designed by Philippe Starck. Also on offer the Stones Hotel in Bali, as well as many sought after properties. Hey, 30% off is better than no percent off. Check out the offers here.