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Last week, Scotia unveiled a revamped AMEX gold card. We see this card as a potential challenger to the AMEX Cobalt but despite some new features, Scotia Rewards just aren’t as valuable other reward options and the welcome bonus doesn’t do enough to offset the annual fee to entice us to apply. So, for now anyway, we’ll have to pass on this card.
Slovenia’s main airport, Joze Pucnik Airport, is nothing to write home about in terms of amenities or interesting features (no waterfalls or botanical gardens) but it is reminiscent of a much simpler travelling experience. Despite being the country’s largest airport, and main transit hub, it’s still pretty small and has only a single lounge. The lounge is very un-confusingly named the LJU Business Lounge.
When Canadians think about airline rewards British Airways Avios is probably not top of mind for most people, but Avios can be a great supplement to your other airline rewards. Because BA is a member of One World, the Avios program offers Canadians the ability to book flights on One World partner airlines, like American Airlines for U.S. travel and Cathay Pacific for Asian travel.
Air Canada’s loyalty program has been living in purgatory, without a house to call home or a known future. Aeroplan was operated by a third-party company, Aimia, only to be sold back to Air Canada. Since the Aeroplan purchase was finalized, nothing regarding program changes is known. Until now.
Until June 26th, you can convert your Marriott Bonvoy points into Aeroplan Miles and receive 35% more miles. Like most Bonvoy transfers to airlines partners, for every 60,000 Bonvoy points you convert, Marriott will kick in an extra 5,000 miles. In this case, an extra 5,000 Aeroplan miles.