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The latest travel and aviation news:
Later this year, JetBlue will face up to transatlantic behemoths British Airways and American Airlines. This is the Mint Suite it will fly to London.
The first new-look Sheraton hotels have opened – here is what the brand is becoming.
Latest travel corridors update:
Mandatory hotel quarantine for arrivals from certain destinations are due to start on the 15th February.
Credit card news:
Your Lufthansa Miles & More Diners Club and Mastercard account will close in April – what does this mean?
Amex is launching a new annual £100 or £150 cashback credit with Dell on its Business cards.
We also take a look at the best use of Amex Membership Rewards points, now that the Avios/Nectar deal is live.
Virgin Money has launched cashback offers for holders of the Virgin Atlantic credit cards.
British Airways news:
How many aircraft now have the new Club Suite seat in 2021?
British Airways trials ‘health passport’ VeriFLY on flights to the US.
Marriott has launched a new double points and double elite nights promotion – plus your 2021 elite nights bonus should now have posted.
It’s that time of year again when Marriott publishes its list of redemption price changes. Here are the hotels that are increasing and decreasing in price.
IHG Rewards Club rebrands and gets a new logo.
Hilton is opening a huge new beach resort with a waterpark in Qatar.
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