How TPG is joining the fight for equality, 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:
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“We will come out of these dark moments: the pandemic, the injustice, the high unemployment rates, the changes to the travel industry. I am cautiously optimistic — but who we are on the other side of these crises remains to be seen”.
Here’s the latest on what we know from airlines that fly to and from the U.K.
If you’d rather stay a bit closer to home this summer and beyond, consider taking advantage of a high-value BA Reward Flight Saver. Here are six destinations that are less than a two-hour flight from London and will cost you as little as 50p.
For a period of more than a week, Virgin Atlantic’s Flying Club was down. As of this week, however, it’s back up and running.
Beginning this Monday, 8 June, the U.K.’s mandatory 14-day self-isolation for all international arrivals takes effect. The policy will continue to be reviewed every three weeks.
If you’re going to be flying in the near future, you may be wondering just how safe the air on your plane is.
The popular summer holiday destination has reversed course, now saying that Brits will be allowed to enter the country.
Be sure you don’t fall victim to the same thing!
Finally, if it’s time to get planning your secluded holiday away in Europe, consider one of these beautiful villages.
Featured photo by a katz/Shutterstock.