Inside Boeings first prototype 777X 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:
Boeing’s newest wide-body made its debut on Sunday at the Dubai Airshow, and TPG got a first look inside.
Major engineering work planned for London’s rail and tube network means no trains will be available on Christmas Day and Boxing Day to take travellers to and from one of the world’s busiest airports.
There are a lot of ways to spend money when on a cruise, including a few you might want to avoid.
For Ben Smithson, planning how to use his British Airways Companion Voucher that he earns from his British Airways American Express Premium Plus card is often one of the biggest and most important points and miles decisions he makes every year.
Don’t be afraid to have an American Express credit card in your wallet.
From the vineyards of Mt. Olympus to far-flung Greek islands to the Athens Riviera, here are some of the most underrated destinations in Greece.
Shopping behemoth Amazon has announced it will no longer accept payments made with UK-issued Visa credit cards. The move will go into effect from 19 January, 2022.
Gene Sloan takes a firsthand look at one of the most alluring Royal Caribbean ships to date: The Odyssey of the Seas.
The 737 MAX 8 features 10 business-class lie-flat seats and 144 economy-class seats, giving Singapore Airlines some of the most luxurious cabins in the sky.
Room service for breakfast no longer has to be an extravagance you can’t justify – Ben Smithson explains why you should consider it if for your next stay.
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