Your flight’s ‘hard landing’ was likely on purpose, 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:
Why that ‘hard landing’ might have been planned. Plus, pilots prefer the terms ‘snug’ or ‘firm’ for the type of landing.
If you’re looking to use your British Airways Avios, you’ll want to take note of the differences between the redemption options.
The airline will deploy its Club Suite on a set of new routes. Check out which and as of when.
Our resident pilot Charlie Page takes you through the 11 questions that aviators get asked all the time.
While Paris is the most popular short-haul destination, travellers are also going farther away for the holidays.
The airline likely won’t install its famed new first-class product on its 787s or A350s.
The Canary Islands are always a good idea. Here’s how you can get to planning your trip on a budget.
The perfect feel-good travel story right in time for the holidays.
Getting walked from a hotel is a discouraging experience. If you check-in online though, can it be avoided?
What it was like to fly in first class on Air China’s 747. Spoiler: It featured a delicious meal.
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