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The latest travel and aviation news:
Amazon and American Express have launched TWO new co-branded business credit cards. Rob takes a look at how they compare with existing SME cards.
Two weeks ago, the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport opened. We now have our first look at this long-delayed project including the lounge offering.
Get cheap Bollinger (and other champagnes) for Christmas with an Amex and Laithwaites offer!
Latest travel corridors update:
Despite the national lockdown, a number of countries including the majority of the Middle East have been removed from the quarantine list. To celebrate, British Airways has launched a Dubai offer.
Greece has been added.
American Express news:
How you can buy Amex Membership Rewards points for 1.5p per point which can be cheaper than buying airline or hotel points directly.
British Airways news:
And finally, the mystery is solved: why is the top floor of the Atrium Hotel at Heathrow being removed?!
Other interesting bits:
Double dip with Virgin Flying Club and American Express offers at Morrisons.
We take a look at precautions Heathrow and Malaysia Airlines are taking to ensure safe travel.
Get 10,500 Avios with a Capital on Tap Visa card if you have a small business.