Turn a nights sleep into airline miles, try out a new plane and enjoy travel more. Today we've got a round up of positive news and opportunities, even some well deserved coverage for an under appreciated travel site. Here are the most important stories in travel today...

5,000 American Airlines Miles For One Night  (Or More) In A Hotel...

Rocketmiles is in the process of offering extremely aggressive promotions to win your hotel booking business. If you could use a little top off on your American Airlines account (or many other airlines with a smaller bonus) this is an excellent opportunity. By getting referred from us, you get 1,000 miles. You get 3,000 bonus miles from American for your first booking and you get 1,000 miles minimum per night for any hotel stay you book. Essentially, you can use this to book your next holiday and earn at least 5,000 miles for doing so. Easy. As a matter of note, you should comparison shop rates on other sites before booking. Link HERE.

Cool GodSaveThePoints.com Coverage In Business Insider, The Independent...

Everyone whose read the site from the beginning knows that more than anything I want to help as many people travel better, cheaper, more enjoyable and the more people, the better. We've been really lucky this year to deliver content which publications find interesting, and this week it was a thrill to be the subject of a Business Insider and The Independent piece on finding cheap flight deals. I offer my ten best tips to save money on flights in all classes. Business Insider HEREThe Independent HERE.

Singapore Airlines Announces Direct To Singapore, Other Major Changes...

If you've been dying to try the state of the art new A350. you've got your chance. Singapore has announced an ultra long direct flight from San Francisco to Singapore on their A350. The move signals quite a few changes for the airline, removing the A380 from Los Angeles in favor of the smaller 777-300, cancelling Sao Paulo To Barcelona as well as the San Francisco to Seoul route. All changes are now bookable on Singaporeair.com...

Virgin America + Alaska Identity Crisis?

Yesterday it was reported that Alaska is considering keeping the Virgin America brand. This is a highly unlikely probability, though it will take at least a couple years before a full swap has been achieved. Until then, keep investigating earning Virgin America points, they can be a gold mine for travel on Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, Singapore and others.