What New Marriott Elite Status Is Worth, AA New Routes to Europe, United May Add Lie-Flats to 737s and More
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Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you might have missed from the week before. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you might have missed on TPG this week.
A look at the value you can get from elite status in the new Marriott program based on the benefits offered to Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum Premier members.
American Airlines unveiled exciting new routes to seven European countries — including the US’ only nonstop flights to Croatia.
The Tsukiji fish market is closing its doors before relocating in October.
The carrier might install lie-flat seats on some of its newest planes.
Even young children need their own membership to use Global Entry lanes.
Chase Sapphire Banking will replace Premier Platinum checking accounts, and benefits include waived ATM fees worldwide.
What to do when your airline doesn’t seem to know your Known Traveler Number.
The US State Department says travelers should “exercise increased caution” when traveling to the resort areas of Mexico due to violence erupting in the area.
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How does a transatlantic journey in economy with a behemoth like British Airways on its classic Boeing 747-400 stack up against a low-cost carrier?
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