Guaranteed award seats in all classes with Virgin Atlantic and more news from this week
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Each Saturday, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG U.K. this week. Here’s what you need to know:
Virgin Atlantic’s Flying Club adds two significant new benefits — a guaranteed minimum number of award seats on all flights and a new booking perk for Gold members that allows them to book any seat using double points.
It’s not even been four months since travel restrictions were lifted, and already the air industry is facing a “summer of strikes”.
With reports of delayed baggage becoming more common, here is how you can protect yourself with the right credit card.
Local authorities across Spain have enshrined a raft of new measures to reign in loutish behaviour by tourists. They include fines for urinating in the sea, drinks limits in all-inclusive resorts, shampoo bans on beaches, and outlawing football strips in certain bars.
We dissect the strikes that could affect Ryanair with information and advice to help passengers navigate the strife and avoid a ruined summer holiday.
The online accommodation marketplace has put its foot down on festivities once and for all, issuing an outright ban on “disruptive parties and events”.
A review of KLM business class on the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner from Amsterdam to New York.
The formalisation of this strategy might well be the jolt the aviation industry needs to get things on track but it’s hard to ignore that there’s little here in the way of short-term tangible fixes.
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