An incredible new Amex Offer, 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:
Use your American Express platinum on fine dining and get £200 back.
How two of the world’s best airlines — Emirates and Etihad — stack up during the pandemic.
Following the Companion Voucher changes from 1 September, you can earn increased welcome bonuses from British Airways American Express credit cards — for a limited time only.
British travellers no longer have to quarantine upon arrival in Italy, as long as they are vaccinated and can show a negative test result.
British Airways has reopened its ultra-exclusive Concorde Room lounges at New York-JFK and at London Heathrow (LHR) Terminal 5 as it continues to bring its airport lounges back online.
The famous Venice canals will look a little different next summer, as all visitors will need to pre-book a ticket to enter the city.
EasyJet now charges you a hefty fee to take your full-sized cabin bags on board flights.
Before you plunk down a grand or more a night to stay in one of these incredibly unique accommodations, keep in mind that not all villas-on-stilts are created equally. Here are six things to consider before moving ahead with booking that dream trip to Fiji, Bora Bora or the Maldives.
The British Airways American Express Accelerating Business Card has a great new offer with 60,000 Avios for new and approved applicants.
Here’s how Helios flight 552 made flying safer for everyone.
There are benefits to booking directly with an airline, and benefits to booking a package holiday. But which is a better deal?
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