British Airways Sees More Companies Adopting Avios As Their Currency [Roundup]

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    🇲🇽 Énième incident grave à l’aéroport de Mexico.

    Samedi, un Airbus de Volaris a dû interrompre sa manœuvre d’atterrissage pour éviter une collision avec un autre appareil de la même compagnie qui était sur le point de décoller de l’aéroport de

    — air plus news (@airplusnews) May 10, 2022

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  • Throughout the pandemic I’ve been saying it’s important not just to know the entry rules for your destination but also for any connecting city in case irregular operations cause you to miss a connection – you don’t want to be stuck in an airport in a country you cannot enter. Jetstar passengers stranded at Tokyo Narita without food or water due to cancelled connecting flight.

  • After Qatar Airways adopted Avios as a currency while retaining management of its own points bank, British Airways parent IAG wants other companies, including non-airlines, to adopt Avios as a loyalty currency (Skift)

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