5 things to know about IATA’s Travel Pass app, 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:
If you’ve been hearing people talk about IATA’s Travel Pass, you’re not alone. Here’s everything you should know right now.
This week, British Airways announced it’s extending elite members’ status by an additional 12 months.
Eurowings will launch new routes this year in order to capitalise on pent-up travel demand.
Speaking of holidays abroad, what’s the situation looking like for a summer holiday to Spain? We take a look.
If you’ve been thinking of splurging on an Emirates first- or business-class ticket, you may be able to snag a cheaper fare.
Regional carrier Loganair isn’t letting the pandemic slow its route network growth down.
We could soon see a reduction of air passenger duty charged on domestic flights.
BA’s regional subsidiary CityFlyer has sent its fleet of six E170 jets to Envoy in the U.S.
If you are planning to travel out of England, you’ll need to fill out a form that says your travel is for essential reasons.
If you’re flying first class, try one of these out for the best meals.
Finally, with summer staycations looking like a strong possibility, here are nine properties in England you can book using points and miles.
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