British Airways fares from £23 one-way, 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:
Act fast if you want to pick up one of BA’s cheapest fares. The carrier has European destinations on sale from London from just £23 one-way.
If you’re based in the north, you could be in luck. Qatar is bringing its Qsuite product — regarded as the best business-class product in the sky — to Manchester (MAN).
The two carriers have teamed up. Now, you can fly from an EasyJet origin airport to an Etihad destination on a single ticket. Plus, your bags will be checked through all the way to your final destination.
Major changes are coming for the former SPG American Express card. Marriott has unveiled what the features of the new card will entail.
If Albania isn’t on your bucket list for 2020, it should be.
For a limited-time only, you can get 25,000 bonus Flying Club miles if you become a cardholder of the premium Virgin credit card.
How this TPG staffer is changing his flight routine to beat jet lag.
“Ladies and gentlemen, we’re about to begin our descent into JFK. The weather at Kennedy is 33°F, with winds at 12 knots out of the northeast. We’ll be landing on runway 4 left. We know you have a choice in your travel, and so we thank you again for flying [airline.]” Why do they let us know?
Find out why the Clubrooms Lounge in the Gatwick South terminal is worth a stop.
KLM has detailed its plans for the retirement of its 747s.
This EgyptAir 789 was a brand-new plane with an excellent seat, but a subpar lounge in Cairo and buggy inflight entertainment were its downfalls.
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