How coronavirus might forever change the way we travel, 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:
The way we travel may never be the same. While we’ll likely return to flying at some point, the way we go about it will likely be different forever.
Ben Smith, CEO of Air France-KLM, doesn’t expect passenger traffic to reach its 2019 levels for at least two years.
The Dubai-based carrier has begun rapid-testing passengers at its hub airport.
The Queen of the Skies is becoming a thing of the past. And with an accelerated retirement in some cases because of coronavirus, here’s where you can — for now — still fly the 747.
Like airlines, cruise lines may be forced with having to store their ships due to decreased demand during the coronavirus crisis.
If you didn’t book your Easter travel for next year, it’s not too late to do so. Here are five reasons why you still may want to search for award availability for next year’s holiday.
If you consider yourself a traveller, Google Flights is a tool you’ll want to master. Here are nine great features you might not know about.
If lockdown has you planning your next trip, a credit card may help you to get there. Here’s how to build good credit in the U.K.
If you’re dreaming of a hotel with a lovely pool, look no further. Start planning your stay at one of these hotels for when lockdown is over.
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