What it’s like in Spain during mandatory quarantine, 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:
TPG’s own Spain resident isn’t exempt from the country’s mandatory quarantine. Read about what her experience has been like while being isolated.
Travellers who had bookings cancelled or delayed because of the coronavirus crisis might be wondering if they can receive compensation from the EU. Here’s your answer.
Knowing British Airways — along with airlines all around the world — has been forced to slash capacity and ground its aircraft, where is it putting them all? Here’s what we’ve been able to uncover.
So you’ve come across an amazing flight deal, but should you book it?
Because Air Tahiti Nui wasn’t allowed to make its regular stop in the U.S. because of travel restrictions, it was forced to reroute, which resulted in the world’s new longest flight.
If you have airline elite status, you may be wondering whether your airline of choice is going to extend your status or lower requirements to requalify. Here’s what we know so far.
Lufthansa said it was grounding its entire fleet of 14 A380s. Korean and Asiana said they would stop flying theirs.
If you’re deciding between whether to book a ticket in economy or premium economy, read this guide first to know what to expect.
Don’t be *that* person.
Finally, once we’re back to travelling as normal, take notes for how you can thank a great flight attendant.
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