Virgin Atlantic is flying just 3 routes, 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:
For much of April, Virgin Atlantic will fly to only three destinations.
TPG UK Director of Content Nicky Kelvin dives into why BA should be doing more for its elite members at this time. While the future is uncertain, many of its most loyal flyers are being left in the dark.
London Stansted released drone footage from above for a look at what the airport looks like with aircraft parked and few flights in operation.
It’s no surprise that airlines have had to take extreme measures in response to the coronavirus crisis. For many, that has meant parking aircraft. At one point this week, there were only six superjumbo A380s in the air.
Travel as we knew it will likely never be the same. Here are four ways we think travel will change after coronavirus.
BA has consolidated its London operations to Heathrow’s Terminal 5 as London Gatwick closes its North Terminal.
Since you’re not travelling right now, you may be worried about your stash of points and miles. Here’s how to keep them from expiring.
Several airlines’ financial situations are in question. Whether or not your points and miles will survive a bankruptcy depends.
Germany will soon receive its first new aircraft to ferry around the German head of state and other high-level officials. Take a look at the aircraft.
Our Dreamliner pilot takes us through what it’s like to land at London Heathrow.
Featured photo by Nicky Kelvin/The Points Guy.