Air Berlin has added in an extra clause into its status match eligibility. Rather than being a global affair and enticing new customers, restrictions on location are being enforced.
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If you’re flying on an unfamiliar route you might need help identifying where to put your air miles. This page helps solve this need with wheretocredit.com, the place to see at a glance which airlines give the most points for any ticket
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.
Status Matching is the process of asking a loyalty programme to award an equivalent VIP level from a competitor. This post further describes how to do it.
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.
The US CBP and German officials announce reciprocal arrangements for citizens of these countries. Instructions for registering are detailed in the post.
Needing to get a second UK passport? Here is my experience using the UK Passport Office’s Premium Service to get his new travel document.
Join Tim in Amsterdam as he presents at the Frequent Traveler University!
When a company changes things without giving any announcement, what is your reaction? Do you just accept it, or kick up a small fuss? Read about what happened when a reader took the appeal to the Financial Ombudsman Service.
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
If you have membership in multiple loyalty programmes, or have status in one that’s not your primary, then you may encounter the situation where you need to be able to change the Frequent Flyer Number in your booking.
Just a quick reminder that I’m also trying to promote my Facebook page here, and also my Twitter page here. Why should you bother to add either? Well because when I post something out, it usually takes up to an hour or two for BoardingArea’s automatic systems to pick up my new post. For something…