The collapse in global oil prices has been making its mark in the airline industry. Long haul air fares are at the lowest I seen in over a decade! If you have never used it before, try using Kayak as a first screening.
An excerpt from my video diary of a JER-AMS Tier Point run from earlier in the year. Here you can see how easy it is to do straight turnarounds at Amsterdam.
This page is a compilation of the useful Avios related posts since Points to be Made was created. These are the posts that get referred to time and time again.
This post describes the retention offers that were made to me when I tried to cancel my American Express Netherlands Gold card.
The EU Commission provides a handy free app to download for when things go wrong. It is available to download on most operating systems so gets yours today.
This comprehensive instructional post guides users of all abilities on how to use Google Flights.
Did you know you can use book trains on airline tickets to save money and generate extra mileage and segments?
The new British Airways shorthaul interior has a smart feature to convert the middle seat between Economy and Business class configuration. Watch the video in this post to see how it’s done.
Flyertalk is a massive online repository for all things related to travelling. It’s often a daunting experience trying to find what you want. Here are some ways to help you find your feet
This post was originally written in January 2013, before Points to be Made joined BoardingArea. Now that my readership has picked up significantly I want to re-run this post for mileage beginners, or those who like to be savvy with their travel planning.
This post is part of the “Beginners’ guide to hotel points” series, and will also be duplicated as placed as a permanent page in the navigation bar above. The intended readership is for total beginners based within Europe, and highlights the most important things a beginner should know.