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This Month in Travel News – September 2019

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United has Announced that its Frequent-flyer Miles will No Longer Expire

 

Previously, miles expired after 18 months of no account activity. Now, miles are valid indefinitely, even if you go years between earning any.

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Other Travel News for You

Amtrak Adds Nonstop New York-to-D.C. Option

Amtrak has begun nonstop Acela service between New York Penn Station and Washington, D.C.’s Union Station.

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Qantas Tests 20-Hour Non-Stop Flights to See If Passengers Can Bear It

Qantas Airways Ltd. will run marathon ghost flights from New York and London to Sydney carrying just a few staff to see how the human body holds up before commercial services start.

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Delta & Virgin Atlantic will Expand UK Network, Adding 10,000 Seats per week on Transatlantic Flights

Delta and Virgin Atlantic next spring plan to add about 10,000 seats per week on transatlantic routes, including a 15 percent bump in capacity between London Heathrow and Delta’s Boston and New York hubs.

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