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News in brief:

Caviar House launches the Mile High Picnic

Caviar House & Prunier has launched the Mile High Picnic collection across all of its sites at Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

The company has run in-airport dining sites for many years but is now expanding into take-away food. To quote:

A fine gourmet treat that will perfectly set the tone for an upcoming holiday or journey; each box is hand-crafted with the utmost care to deliver a delectable experience like no other. Filled with a selection of super fresh seafood, melt in the mouth smoked salmon, and an array of accompaniments, these picnic boxes are anything but ordinary. And they sure do make a change from a soggy sandwich and a bag of crisps!

Caviar House & Prunier is a cut above your average airport restaurant – caviar (sustainably farmed) as the name suggests makes up a lot of their business – so this could be worth a look.

Mile High Picnic sets start at £19.50 and are available from all Heathrow terminals and from London Gatwick’s South Terminal, which is the one used by British Airways.

Caviar House launches the Mile High Picnic

Earn Flying Blue miles with a new parking partner

If you collect Air France KLM Flying Blue miles, the group has a new UK parking partner – Looking4Parking.

Looking4Parking offers parking across most UK airports, and you will earn 3 Flying Blue miles for every £1 spent at their dedicated portal here.

It is comparison pricing service, covering Meet & Greet, Park & Ride and onsite airport parking from providers such as Airparks, NCP, APH and the airports themselves.

Whilst you may not have heard of Looking4Parking, it is owned by Manchester Airports Group via CAVU, their airport lounge and ancilliaries division. CAVU recently bought Park Via, the British Airways parking partner, which will presumably be folded into Looking4Parking in some way.

Save 10% at Smythson and Accessorize at Heathrow

Save 10% at Smythson and Accessorize at Heathrow

Finally, a quick heads up on two shopping offers at Heathrow this weekend for anyone with a Heathrow Rewards card:

  • Smythson (Terminal 4 and Terminal 5) – until 31st August, save 10% on any purchase of £250+ plus get 500 bonus Heathrow Rewards
  • Accessorize (all terminals) – until 30th September, save 10% when you spend £60+ on full price items (gift cards excluded)

Our full review of Heathrow Rewards, including joining details and the best ways to spend your points, is here.

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  • Colin_Thames says:

    Looking4Parking is actually very competitive for regional parking such as Edinburgh, especially if you use the MoneySavingExpert link/code. I wonder if that can be combined with the Flying Blue points?

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