Jersey

States of Jersey travel review considers airline loyalty points

Jersey's government is to look at how it uses airline loyalty points for flights by civil servants and government ministers.

It will be part of a review into States travel after it was revealed nearly £5m has been spent on flights since 2012.

The Public Accounts Committee has been told the States has 1.5 million points with British Airways.

The review will also examine whether it is cheaper to book online or go through a central booking system.

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