Getting COVID-19 tested for US-bound international flights, JetBlue route map changes and more
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Every weekend, 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:
Before traveling to the U.S., all passengers will be required to get a viral test within three days before departure. Here’s everything you need to know if you have international travel planned in the near future.
New York-based JetBlue won’t resume flights to Baltimore/Washington (BWI), Burbank (BUR), Ontario, Calif. (ONT) or San Jose, Calif. (SJC) until June 2021, according to the latest Cirium schedule data and confirmed by the carrier.
Delta isn’t the only airline providing an empty adjacent seat. For one carrier, the middle seat is empty — as long as you’re sitting in a certain section of the plane.
To start, the Chicago-based carrier is temporarily suspending one of its flagship Hawaii routes from Newark (EWR) to Honolulu (HNL).
Frankly, you can’t go wrong visiting any of them — but if your time is short on the islands, we’ll share our absolute favorites with you to help craft your future tour plans.
On Tuesday, Boeing announced that Atlas Air, a worldwide cargo operator, had placed an order for four Boeing 747-8 Freighters. The Chicago-based planemaker also shared the bittersweet news that these four jets would be the last to roll off the 747 production line.
If you’re itching to start 2021 with a bathroom renovation, backyard overhaul or a few choice home upgrades, there are two great Amex Offers available right now that can confer serious savings of up to $200.
New CDC restrictions due to COVID-19 may change the calculus for some on whether it’s worth spending a long weekend in a foreign country.
Allegiant is adding three new cities to its route map, part of a 13-route expansion announced Tuesday.
As with a variety of other airlines and hotel chains, United adjusted its requirements for earning elite status in 2021.
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