Virgin Atlantic is joining the alliance led by Delta and AirFrance/KLM, its close partners in the trans-Atlantic business
Two European airlines and two from North America are the latest to join
Chase is planning to take a bigger role in marketing travel to its 66 million U.S. customers with a new portal.
American's loyalty program is redoing how status is earned, and extending expiration dates, but it won't join Delta and United on the no-expire list.
Qatar's Qmiles will become Avios, and Avios gets some new features...and some cautions.
South African Airways and Kenya Airways, which both have a history of financial difficulty made worse by the pandemic, will merge in 2023.
American Airlines abruptly cuts off its cooperation with one of the most popular loyalty trackers.
After a pandemic hiatus, American is going back to expiring its loyalty points after 18 months of no activity.
Alitalia's replacement joins its old alliance giving the airline better connections and giving points holders more access to flights.
A long-expected announcement of program changes didn't go in the direction many expected
A new wrinkle in loyalty programs: Emirates is offering added benefits in return for hefty membership fees. Will it fly?
Where Amex has gone, Chase is not far behind: the credit card giant is opening the first of a series of airport lounges.
Australia's flag airline calls in millions of points for, among other things, retired A380 bed seats and a charter flight.
Chase will issue an Air Canada co-brand card later this year, with a 10,000 point bonus for signing up before the official issue date.
The next stage in the Northeast Alliance between American and JetBlue has arrived, with frequent flyers able to choose which airline's points they want.