It’s Tuesday, so there’s absolutely nothing to be excited about as far as the work week goes, but for your travel, loyalty and leisure we’ve got plenty of good news. Exciting new partnerships are going further, bonus miles are being added and there’s a new longest flight in the world, a great sign that more are soon to come. Here are the most important stories of the day…

Delta is Offering 3X Miles With Airbnb + 2,000 Bonus Miles…

Delta is offering 3X Miles and a 2,000 mile bonus, plus $25 off your first stay for customers WORLDWIDE who book an Airbnb through their portal. You’ll get the same prices and a nice load of miles, so if you collect Delta Skymiles this is a no brainer and an awesome non traditional partnership. Head here to login or sign up with Airbnb, enter your Skymiles number and book

35% Bonus Transferring Hotel Points To British Airways…

British Airways has launched an easy bonus. You’ll get a 35% bonus automatically for any hotel points you transfer into your British Airways account from eligible hotels. The list includes Club Carlson, Hilton Honors, Hyatt Gold Passport, IHG Rewards Club, Marriott Rewards, Shangri-La Golden Circle, and Starwood Preferred Guest, giving lots of flexibility, though you’ll have to meet minimum transfer amounts. If there are some lazy points laying around that would be more useful as British Airways Avios, go for it, especially with Starpoints or Marriott points, which transfer at better ratios with 2,500 and 10,000 minimum transfers respectively. Transfer by March 8th, you’ll receive your 35% bonus within 4-6 weeks, so don’t do it if you need the bonus immediately…

Congrats To Qatar Airways On World’s Longest Flight…

As I applauded on Twitter a couple days ago, Qatar has completed their first successful flight for the new world’s longest route, from Doha to Auckland, direct, serviced with a Boeing 777. The flight runs over 16 hours in both directions, with the return from Auckland clocking in at a whopping 17 hours and 30 minutes. Better be flying business, that’s all I have to say about that. With Airbus A350-1000’s and Boeing 777X’s nearing completion, we could begin to see many new world’s longest competitors make their way onto schedules. It’s exciting stuff.