What pilots do during the cruise, 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:
When the aircraft is at cruising altitude on your long-haul flight, what exactly are the pilots doing? Hours of downtime? Think again.
What you need to know about the tragic bush fire situation ongoing in Australia.
Why TPG U.K. Senior Writer Ben Smithson absolutely loves this economy seat headrest — and where you can find it.
If you’re planning on travelling at all in 2020 — and hopefully you are — you’ll want to make sure you have these apps downloaded. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re looking for navigational help or a nearby loo.
If you have British Airways Executive Club status, you’ll want to be sure to know when those benefits run out. Find out how to check here.
TPG U.K. Director of Content Nicky Kelvin shares what he hopes to see from the U.K. credit card market in the new year. Among them: no foreign transaction fees, higher sign-up bonuses and more spend categories.
So you’ve finally splurged and booked a Club World business-class seat with British Airways. Here’s how to make sure you pick the best seat on each aircraft.
Just because you have Emirates Skywards miles doesn’t mean you have to spend them on an Emirates flight. Here are three other ways you can use Skywards miles.
A solo seat in the upper deck of a 747 should be a great experience. However, an uncomfortable seat in bed mode, lousy inflight entertainment, so-so service and mediocre food made this an experience to forget.
Featured photo by CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT/Getty Images.
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