Road Warrior read-in: frequent-flier in court

Source: Air New Zealand | Facebook

Source: Air New Zealand | Facebook

Here’s a quick hit of what Road Warrioreditors are reading.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear arguments related to frequent-flier miles. “Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg, an educational consultant and lecturer, was cut from his frequent-flier program for, according to Northwest Airlines, complaining too often,” as NPR spells it out.

The New York Times profiles a resident of the city’s Chelsea neighborhood facing eviction from the co-op board of his affordable housing development after a private investigator confirmed the tenant was renting space to tourists through,

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SpaceX on Tuesday plans to launch its first commercial communications satellite from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, Reuters reports.

El Al has started a new low-cost airline called UP by El Al. It will fly from Tel Aviv to Berlin, Budapest, Kiev, Prague and Larnaca, Cyprus, according to travel blog Jaunted.

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Air New Zealand would like to take you away on its “Hobbit” themed plane. And WestJet, not to be outdone, has its own Disney-themed “Magic Plane,” according to USA Today.

—By CNBC’s Amy Langfield. Follow her on Twitter at @AmyLangfield. Follow Road Warrior on Twitter at @CNBCtravel.

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