The items you should always pack in your carry-on bag, 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:
If you’re flying, make sure you don’t leave home without these six items in your carry-on bag.
Now that the United Kingdom is officially out of the European Union, what is changing for U.K. travellers? Hint: not much as of yet.
The latest on what you need to know about the coronavirus and what it means for your travels.
Speaking of the coronavirus, will a face mask keep you safe from contracting it?
These short-haul itineraries are the best for earning Tier Points.
Why does Ryanair require some passengers to have their visas checked?
South African has taken delivery of four A350s — two originally intended for Air Mauritius and two for Hainan. So what was the business-class experience like? Check out the full review.
If you’re travelling abroad and given the choice of a charge in your home currency or local currency, you should always select to be charged in the local currency.
Does ANA’s new The Room business class reign supreme?
If you want Wizz Air to check you in automatically, expect to pay for the service.
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