Government could loosen quarantine restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers, 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:
Government sources unveiled this week that the U.K. could allow fully vaccinated Brits to skip the 10-day quarantine on return home from amber list countries.
Last weekend, regional carrier Stobart Air went under. Here’s a look at what you can do if your flight was cancelled.
In order to help transport passengers to their destination, EasyJet has added new domestic routes to fill the void left by Stobart Air’s demise.
Portugal announced this week that it’s no longer requiring British travellers to have proof of a PCR test. Instead, a lateral flow device result will do.
Amidst concerns of the Delta variant, Ireland has doubled its quarantine requirement for unvaccinated Brits.
This is not good news if you’ve been saving miles for a first-class award.
There will soon be a new European low-cost carrier flying to London.
A look at how you can tell if your upcoming business-class flight with BA has the new Club Suite.
Charlie Page looks into how pilots land big aircraft on small runways.
Finally, a review of JetBlue’s new Mint Suite, which will begin flying to London as of August.
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