Roundup: Boeing Dreamliner for $27, Rise of the Resistance Review, Africa’s Largest Airport, Amex Zync Cards Closed & Secret Concierge Key Club Gift

This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the travel and deal content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru. Sometimes just interesting and not related at all, but I hope you enjoy them just the same. If you come across any interesting articles, or if you have your own blog and have something relatable please send them my way.

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For a $27 Raffle Ticket, You Could Win Mexico’s Presidential Jet

Mexico is considering a lottery to get rid of of the nation’s presidential jet, after a year of failed attempts to sell the aircraft. Under the plan, the country would sell 6 million raffle tickets at 500 pesos each ($27). Lopez Obrador has said the plane is a poor use of resources in a country where many live in poverty. Read more here.

Star Wars Rise of the Resistance Honest Review: It’s Good But Not Disney’s Best

Not really my thing, but for Disney and Star Wards fans, check out the detailed review of the new Rise of the Resistance experience. Read more here.

Ethiopia Plans to Build Africa’s Largest Airport at $5 Billion

Ethiopia plans to start building Africa’s largest airport at $5 billion within six months and continue the ascendancy of its national carrier, the most profitable on the continent. Read more here.

American Express Zync Cards To All Be Closed On 3/30

American Express has sent out letters to existing cardholders informing them that these cards will be closed on 3/30, this is frustrating for some as this is their oldest card. Read more here.

American Airlines Sent The Members Of Their Secret Concierge Key Club A Gift

American Airlines has sent out its annual gift to its Concierge Key customers. Read more here.

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