The Most Comfortable Way to Earn BA Silver Status, 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 UK this week. Here’s what you need to know:
If you’re eyeing British Airways Silver status and want an easy — and comfortable — way to get it, look no further than Qatar Airways.
BA’s expanded how you can use your Avios. This time, you can use them to pay taxes and fees on Reward Flight Saver flights and pay as little as just £1.
The carrier is cutting flights operated by its leased E195s.
Likely in an effort to compete with Virgin’s new A350 on the New York route, BA is adding one of its retrofitted 777s with Club Suite to the London to JFK route.
Up to 44 inches of pitch? On an EasyJet flight? Yes, it will be a thing this summer on some flights from Gatwick (LGW).
First of all, know what kind of aircraft you’re flying. Check out this guide for other tips on staying comfortable on long-haul flights.
The A350 is an aircraft optimised to give airlines a good return. So why do some fly it on short-haul flights, while others on long-haul?
If you’ve never heard of Janet, you’re not alone. Very little information about the top-secret US government airline exists.
While there are showers and a nap room inside, the food and drink options could be improved.
The optimal time to book a reward flight with British Airways is 355 days out.
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