Should You Pay for Seat Assignment With BA, 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:
British Airways is one of the few airlines that charges for seats — even if you’re sitting in Club World. But when should you actually spend money for that seat assignment?
Norwegian is one of the largest operators out of London. So how does its Premium offering stack up?
If you’re looking to spend your Avios to fly in first class, be sure you’re spending them with the right partners.
Don’t fall victim to this common travel scam on your next trip to Palma de Mallorca.
Some simple steps you can take if it turns out your bag didn’t make it to your final destination.
The Middle Eastern carrier, known for glitz and glam, is unbundling its business class fares on select routes.
The biggest overhaul on the refreshed A380s will come in the business class cabin, which will get the same seat as in Qantas’ 787s.
With Virgin’s latest buy miles promo, you can snag a relative steal on an Upper Class flight to New York.
Featured photo by Nick Morrish/British Airways.
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