Fly a private A340 to Barbados, 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:
The private A340 features just 100 seats — and some couches at the rear of the aircraft. If you’ve got your eye on Barbados, this could be a socially distant way to get you there.
Not ready to fly just yet? Consider a ferry — and you can take your own car with you!
TPG U.K. Content Producer Dan Ross took to the skies for the first time in months this week. Here are seven things he learned from his experience that you should know.
This week, the U.K. government announced several economic initiatives. Included in that, you could potentially save big on your staycation hotel stay.
If you have status with BA, this is a good opportunity to expand your horizons and get a status match with Star Alliance.
The coronavirus has largely meant trouble for the A380. Now, one carrier is turning its superjumbo to a cargo aircraft.
By the end of the month, British Airways plans to fly 67 routes to both long-haul and short-haul destinations.
The coronavirus had claimed some airlines, and now, another cruise line.
Finally, a flight review from pre-coronavirus times. Here’s a look at Air France’s 777-300ER in business class from New York to Paris.
Featured photo by Caledonia Jets.
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