Passengers transiting in England, and staying airside, no longer need a Passenger Locator Form.
Heathrow becomes hard to reach at Christmas this year. No tubes (buses serve as replacements) and reduced train services may cause problems for those that don’t plan their journey.
Is 8 November the first date we will be allowed back in to the US from Europe and the UK? Reuters seems to think so.
Passengers who secured chargebacks from Ryanair when governments would not let them travel (but the flight operated) are now being asked to repay the chargeback amount before Ryanair will let them travel again.
Some significant changes to AA’s small business programme BusinessExtra. No longer confined to earning on AA alone, you can now use points for carbon offsets or Platinum membership of AAdvantage. There are however, new restrictions coming which could impact very small businesses (less than 3 staff).
Some luxury Marriott properties in EU/UK are available with a new Amex offer – available on all my UK Amex cards.
Three new hotel offers are up on the UK BA Premium Amex
When the Elizabeth Line opens next year, Londoners won’t be getting what they expected. A seamless transport experience is still some time away.
An odd offer popped up on my BA Amex today – £100 off a rival airline, if I spend £300+ and am one of the first 3,000 to register.
KLM and Air France move terminals at Heathrow, from today!