From which cabin are you most likely to get upgraded, 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:
Ah, the elusive upgrade. If you aren’t flying in a premium cabin, you may be hoping for a bit of luck. Here’s how to improve your chances — even if just by a little bit.
While the ground experience at Heathrow was smooth and the seats were comfortable, the cabin was already dirty and meal service was on the slow side.
What you need to know about flying to, from or through Middle East airspace right now.
Similarly, if you have travel planned to the region, here’s what you should know before you go.
The U.K. passport didn’t even crack the top-10.
If you’ve flown before, chances are that you’ve heard some strange noises. Our resident pilot breaks down those noises and sensations you might experience while on board.
A terrific meal as well as great service and IFE content for days helped to make this Singapore Airlines experience one to remember.
If you’ve got Tokyo on your bucket list, you’ll want to be sure to read this guide before you go.
Got the travel bug? Settle it with this guide of the best destinations to visit from the U.K. in February.
If you’ve got a long-haul flight in BA economy, make the experience as comfortable as possible by picking the best seat.
Aer Lingus’ new A321neo aircraft is a solid option for getting across the Atlantic. If possible, choose the throne seat for the most privacy and best experience possible.
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