This is an all-inclusive beginners’ guide to Hilton Honors. It explains the different levels of their loyalty programme and how to efficiently earn and spend your points.
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The best BA Tier Point runs will oven get over 1000 TP for less than £1 per Tier Point. But how do you go about finding them? This post gives more details.
Have you recently acquired dual citizenship? Or you need to understand how to travel between countries if you hold two or more passports? This post explains how you should present your documents step-by-step.
The new £1 ‘taxes’ option from British Airways Reward Flight Saver has been extended for trial across the rest of Europe. In some non-trivial cases these could provide interesting pricing points for redemption.
What will happen to your travel rights if the UK leaves the EU on a no-deal cliff edge? Tim explore 5 genuinely useful EU laws which will no longer apply.
We give our lowdown on what the SkyTeam transatlantic joint venture will mean going forwards. We try to compare sizes of each major joint venture and give our commentary on frequent flyer programmes.
I had the chance to ask one question to the CEO of British Airways at the newly-launched “BA 2119” initiative. What did I ask and how was it answered?
Ryanair wrongfully tried to deny passengers boarding over a visa issue which doesn’t exist. How should you argue with them and what rights do you have if it results in being denied boarding? This article explains further.
Last week the US media went into a frenzy about US citizens requiring a ‘visa’ to visit Europe in 2021. Except it’s not a visa due to one boring item of truth.
If you ever need to deal with cross-border government authorities in the European Union then starting this week you may not need to acquire an Apostille for many certificates.
Who should or shouldn’t fly short haul business class? Where does the value lie? This post explores where value can be gained in buying that upgrade to business class.
Today I muse about how to count the number of countries you visited, specifically the quality of visit aspect.
The Complaints Book (Livro de Reclamações) serves as a vital instrument to make your stay in Portugal enjoyable. Find out how you should and should not use it.
The e-Residency programme by Estonia is one of the most interesting advancements in modern business administration. Citizens from all over the world can apply, and if you establish your own company you have freedom of trade to the EU.
KLM just made a very unfriendly change for its Flying Blue members with 0 balance. If you have trouble checking for flights take a look at the source code.