British Airways extends Executive Club tier status for some through 2023, 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:
Once again, British Airways is extending status for some of its Executive Club members through March 2023.
After 18 months, the controversial banning of British travellers entering the United States finally has an end date.
Amex has increased the welcome bonus on the Preferred Rewards Gold card to a huge 30,000 points.
British Airways is offering a limited-time traditional roast dinner in first and business class. One of our team flew to London just to try it.
The long-awaited removal of PCR tests requirement for travel could be delayed because private testing providers don’t have enough lateral flow tests to sell.
Virgin Atlantic has increased the sign-up bonus for both of its Rewards Mastercards to much higher amounts.
The more conducive the cabin environment is to achieve better sleep, the more passengers will want to travel on an aircraft and thus the more aircraft they are likely to sell.
Taking aim at many of the U.K.’s budget airlines, Lumo provides a cost-effective option for people travelling the incredibly popular route between London and Edinburgh.
American Express is back with another generous round of cashback offers on your next Marriott or Hyatt hotel stay.
Iberia just launched two flights weekly to The Maldives this upcoming winter. Here’s why you should consider this island paradise for your next Avios redemption
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