2019 Best and Worst Airports, Apple’s New Credit Card and More
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Each Saturday, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG this week. Here’s what you need to know.
Here are 2019’s airports to applaud and those that we encourage to try harder next year: America’s best and worst airports.
In general, it’s still safe to travel through the area and demonstrations shouldn’t cause issues aside from increased transit times.
In this policy statement, the DOT is explicitly explaining what types of policies it will and won’t allow.
The Cobalt Program is an unpublished level of elite status that is only available through invitation from Marriott International’s president and CEO. Entry isn’t clearly defined and Marriott isn’t exactly rushing to share the details.
When it comes to earning rewards toward your next vacation, the Apple Card won’t be one of the best options on the market, but the company’s first credit card is finally expected to launch at the end of this month.
American Airlines will begin its first-ever route to Africa and return to Tel Aviv, among five new trans-Atlantic routes planned for 2020.
During the company’s investor call, it was announced that attendance at the US Disney theme parks has indeed been down, at least from April 1 — June 30.
TPG UK got to fly on the new Airbus for the first time during its inaugural flight from London Heathrow to Madrid.
Canadian low-cost carrier Swoop has delayed its new San Diego flights until 2020, citing the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX — an aircraft it doesn’t fly.
On Tuesday, August 20, we’re inviting you to come chat, wine and dine with us at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta!
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