6 countries added to green list, 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:
In the latest update to the U.K. traffic light system, seven destinations have been moved from amber to green with two moving from amber to red.
What are your rights if you don’t get to fly the newest product? Let’s find out.
Italian national carrier Alitalia announced Tuesday it would stop issuing tickets and will effectively shut down operations as it prepares to step down and be replaced by a new airline.
You may know that business class seats cost more than economy on short-haul flights to Europe, but what are the differences and is it worth the extra money?
The airline’s longest route has been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak since March 2020.
So you’ve got the Platinum Card. Here are the first things you should do.
Passengers in British Airways premium cabins can enjoy a great British tradition on board their next flight.
After more work, Venice will become wheelchair accessible for first time in history.
While it may seem inconvenient, there are a couple of compelling reasons to check out of a hotel.
There’s another new startup airline planning to fly between the U.K. and India — and it’s already beginning to hire pilots in anticipation of its debut later this year.
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