What flying with British Airways will be like this summer, 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:
If you’ve got a flight with British Airways this summer, here’s everything you need to know about flying with the carrier. Plus, good news for AvGeeks, as we now know the A380 will return.
This week, British Airways made a no-notice devaluation to some short-haul redemptions.
This week also saw the addition of two new Amex Offers. With the first of those, select BA cobranded cardholders can get 2 bonus Avios on purchases of £1 or more…
… And with the second, Amex Gold cardholders can register to earn 1,000 bonus Membership Rewards points after spending £200.
For low-cost fans, the former CEO of Norwegian Air is planning to launch a new transatlantic airline.
This week, the European Commission unveiled its plans for a Digital Green Certificate for a safe return to travel — and the U.K. was left off the list of participating countries.
Be sure to buy your tickets for Virgin Atlantic’s lockdown quiz for the chance to win two Upper Class seats.
If you’ve now got a pile of points and miles and aren’t sure where to use them, here’s why you might want to think twice about using them for long-haul economy redemptions.
And, while we’re at it, here are 10 other mistakes you’ll want to avoid making when redeeming your miles.
JetBlue’s route to London has been getting a lot of chatter this week. Here’s the latest we know.
Speaking of the carrier, take a look at the Mint seat that will likely fly across the Atlantic.
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