Oneworld is getting a new member, and more news from this week
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Each Saturday, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG U.K. this week. Here’s what you need to know:
In shocking news from the U.S. aviation world, this week we found out that Alaska Airlines is set to join the Oneworld alliance as of mid-2021.
If you’re travelling through Heathrow’s Terminal 3, you will soon have access to a Centurion Lounge. The LHR outpost is set to open sometime in the first half of 2020.
And in terms of a potentially bigger impact for U.K. flyers, you can now earn and redeem Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles for Air France and KLM flights. Virgin Atlantic as an option just became even more appealing.
And with that partnership, there are certainly some sweet spots. Here are seven potential ways to spend your Flying Club miles.
The airline has suspended operations to China until 31 March 2020.
Nothing screams posh quite like a £7.8 million private jet. Take a look inside.
We’ve updated our British Airways Avios guide. Check out everything you may have missed.
Just because you’ve had a comfortable ride as a passenger, these approaches are particularly difficult for the pilots at the front of the aircraft.
How this reader managed to drastically improve their flying experience.
If you want to plan a ski trip to Europe on a budget — or splurge — be sure to check out your best options.
A massive lounge, great food and drink, well-designed suite and flawless service were on par with a standard Emirates first-class expectation. However, a disorganized boarding proces, narrow seat and unusable Wi-Fi set the score back.
Featured photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy.