22 classic cruise ships that may never sail again, 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 coronavirus pandemic may mean early retirement for your favourite cruise ship. Here’s a look at 22 classic vessels that could be laid-up, sold or scrapped.
You’ll definitely want to avoid these. A look through the five worst premium-economy cabins flying today.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, BA has been flying just from Heathrow in London. As of July, it’ll resume flying some long-haul routes from Gatwick.
This week, Emirates brought back the on-the-ground premium experience for first- and business-class passengers — including chauffeur service.
Cardholders of the Virgin Atlantic Reward+ Credit Card got a £40 credit to use towards their annual fee.
Want to take a trip down memory lane? Here’s a look at some of the oldest aircraft still flying in the U.K. today.
AvGeeks, you’ll want to bookmark this page. Once flying resumes, here are 13 cool fifth-freedom routes in Europe to add to your bucket list.
The airline was originally set to take delivery of this aircraft in February. However, delays meant that it wasn’t until this week that BA’s first 787-10 made its way to Heathrow.
A look at the airlines that have stopped offering a first-class product as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Feature image courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line.
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