54 Routes With British Airways First Class Cabins, and More News From This Week

Jun 22, 2019

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Each Saturday, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG UK this week. Here’s what you need to know:

Fly First Class While It Lasts: 54 of the British Airways Routes With First Class Cabins

Looking to redeem those Avios for a first class experience? Do it before it’s gone on one of these 54 British Airways first class routes.

Which Star Alliance Loyalty Programmes Are the Best for British Travellers?

Looking to dab in Star Alliance? Read this guide for an idea of the best programmes within the alliance.

Airbus Launches Longest-Range Single-Aisle Aircraft, A321XLR

There’s a new aircraft in town. This time, by the likes of Airbus’ A321XLR, which was launched at the Paris Air Show.

RENTON, WA - MARCH 11: A 737 MAX airplane is pictured on he tarmac with its signature winglet and fuel efficient engines outside the company

Paris Surprise: Boeing Lands Blockbuster 737 MAX Order, the First Since Jet’s Grounding

In the biggest surprise of the Paris Air Show, IAG ordered 200 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

To Israel on Independence Day: El Al’s Business Class on the 737 From London Luton to Tel Aviv

On a celebratory flight, it’s hard to have a truly bad experience. See what TPG UK’s Director of Content thought about his flight.

Can You Upgrade Partner Flights With Avios?

There are plenty of airlines with which you can both earn and redeem Avios — and they go beyond British Airways. But with which ones can you upgrade?

What Overtourism Will Look Like in 7 Cities in the Next Decade

Overtourism isn’t a new concept. But what will it look like in the next 10 years?

(Photo by Dan Ross/The Points Guy)

Flying Forward, Facing Backwards: How Does Seat Configuration Affect Passengers?

For some, there’s no big deal with flying facing backwards. But that’s certainly not the case for everyone.

Featured photo by Nicky Kelvin/The Points Guy.

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