How EasyJet’s new cabin baggage policy has alienated this once-loyal flyer, 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:
It’s a move that has aligned EasyJet with the ultra-low-cost carriers of Europe.
This week, the four devolved nations of the U.K. announced that as of 2 August, travellers who were vaccinated in the U.S. and EU can enter without the need to quarantine if they’re coming from an amber country.
The government is reportedly considering increasing the cost of hotel quarantine.
Beginning later this year, Heathrow will add a new £5 fee for dropping off passengers outside the terminal.
Ryanair is optimistic for the end of the year.
Ireland could be a good destination for Brits — and that’s because it’s part of the Common Travel Area.
The city-state is hoping to open to international tourists by the end of the year.
BA launched a new sale this week — check out some of the best deals on offer.
Finally, for the outdoor enthusiasts, this new trail could be a great bucket-list addition.
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