11 Best Business-Class Seats For Couples

Travel can be stressful — especially when you’re flying with a significant other, or even just a buddy. But some airline seats out there make flying the friendly skies even friendlier for folks traveling in pairs. Today, TPG Special Contributor Eric Rosen rounds up the best business-class seats for couples. When it comes to business-class seats,…

Exciting New Airline Routes for January 2016 and Beyond

Each month, airlines around the world launch and announce dozens of new flight routes and service changes — and today, TPG Assistant Editor Matt Zuzolo shares just a few of the latest flights that will take to the skies this month or in the near future. Keep in mind that exact flight details (e.g., flight schedules, aircraft and more) could…

TPG in Travel + Leisure, On Board Qatar’s Inaugural A350 Flight & More

Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you may have missed from the week before, including several that already appeared on The Points Guy, and some more that we haven’t covered yet. If you’re an avid TPG reader, scroll down for the new stuff. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you may have missed this week:…

Qatar Airways is Flying the Airbus A350 to JFK This Afternoon!

Qatar Airways became the first airline to operate flights with Airbus’ latest jet when it launched A350 service earlier this year. Since then, Finnair and Vietnam Airlines have introduced the A350 on select flights as well, though Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner has become much more prolific on commercial routes, including those operated by Qatar. Still, there’s no question…

Who REALLY Has the Best Airline Food?

Welcome to Fly&Dine on TPG, a monthly column that explores the intersection of food and travel with the help of TPG Contributor (and expert food writer) Jason Kessler of Fly&Dine, the best online source for dining while you fly. Today, Jason looks at all the various rankings of airlines with best in-flight meals, and brings…

Delta’s Ending Dubai Service in 2016

As of February 11, 2016, Delta will no longer fly to Dubai. Why, you may ask? Well, according to the airline, it’s because of “subsidized Gulf carrier competition” — that’s the title of the airline’s press release, in fact: “Subsidized Gulf carrier competition forces Delta to cancel ATL-Dubai.” What’s especially interesting is that just a few…