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AirAsia is the next airline to drop fuel surcharges.
According to their Facebook page “will be abolishing fuel surcharge
effective 26 January 2015 across all of its airlines in the group, as
well as its low-cost long haul affiliates AirAsia X, Thai AirAsia X and
Indonesia AirAsia X, in line with declining global oil prices.” (Source AirAsia)

Qantas is also set to lower fuel surcharges but only
on award tickets as they phase out the Fuel Surcharge and have it built
into the base fare of tickets. This means purchased revenue tickets on
Qants will not get cheaper but since they are not being reported
separately does it mean they should not be charged on award tickets?
Unfortunately this is not the case! They will still be charged on award
tickets but at a reduced amount. (Source One Mile at a Time)

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Choice Hotels is following in the footsteps of
many other major hotel chain programs and have finally launched a
Cash+Points option. What doesn’t make sense is that at this time only
U.S. members can redeem for this option! (Source Loyalty Traveler)

a table of points with numbers and points

Hyatt Hotels announced today the launch of Hyatt Centric. A new lifestyle brand of hotels that are set to arrive thus summer. (Source View from the Wing)

a drawing of a tower and a red ball

Marriott Hotels to expand portfolio in Canada with the purchase of Delta Hotels (Source Rewards Canada)

a hotel room with two beds and a chair
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