United Partners With Jaguar, SLH Adds Villas, How to Handle a Lost Passport

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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our research to share the best travel tips, tricks, and news with you. Here are the articles for Thursday, October 27, 2022, that we think you should read.

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Jaguar to provide tarmac transfers for United customers.

It’s good to see United bringing back this premium benefit for elite members. Unfortunately, you won’t know about it ahead of time. Instead, they’ll let you know when your plane lands. It’s a nice upgrade from the Mercedes cars they used before and a much better option than American’s partnership with Avis. Toyota Corolla, anyone? HAHA

JetBlue CEO: ‘No Signs of Slowing Demand’ for Travel.

If you thought that prices for plane tickets were going to come down soon, think again. With demand remaining at high levels and the lack of pilots to increase inventory, airlines will continue to charge higher prices for flights. One of the best ways to counter these higher prices is to earn miles & points through credit cards, online shopping, and other strategies.

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Small Luxury Hotels launches villa portfolio.

These properties seem incredible. And I like the international focus on remote work, which makes these properties an ideal option for digital nomads or people like me who combine work and pleasure travel. We’ll have to wait and see how many of these properties are available through the SLH partnership with Hyatt. Possibly a good opportunity to earn and redeem points.

I Lost My Passport and I Fly Today—Help!

When you travel internationally, having your passport is key. Without it, you won’t be allowed onto the plane or into another country. But life happens, and things get lost, damaged, or stolen. Here’s what to do if you can’t find your passport and you’re supposed to be getting on a plane.

85 Percent of U.S. Parents Planning to Travel With Children in the Next Year.

It’s good to see families traveling again. The shared experiences form stronger bonds and create memories that can last a lifetime. With such strong demand, prices will remain elevated. So, if you see a good deal, snatch it up to lock in the price, then continue searching for a better deal since most airlines and hotels provide free cancellation. And try to incorporate miles & points into your booking strategy to save money.

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