What happens if you ignore government advice to travel now, 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:
While airlines are resuming flights, the U.K.’s FCO still advises against all non-essential international travel. Here’s what you need to know if you ignore that advice to travel right now.
Amid the carrier’s coronavirus cuts, United is axing its route between Newark and Manchester.
While it’s altered its plans to resume some routes on 20 and 21 July, Virgin Atlantic plans to operate at least 19 long-haul routes by October.
This week saw good news for travellers looking to stay closer to home this summer. The domestic tourism sector — including hotels, B&Bs and campsites — will reopen in England as of 4 July.
Meanwhile, Dubai has announced that it will reopen as of 7 July. Here’s a look at what you need to know before you go.
Ryanair’s fare bundles can be good… if you need everything that’s included.
The RAF Voyager that’s used to transport the prime minister and senior members of the royal family got a new paint job this week. Check it out.
Some airlines have adopted back-to-front boarding, though it’s slower. What does this mean for the future of the way we board an aeroplane?
If Spain is on your mind, the Canary Islands could be a good option. But be sure to pick the best one for what you’re looking for.
The coronavirus could claim international first class.
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