How I earned 20,000+ Avios without flying BA, 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’re like us, you haven’t been travelling much in the past year. Even so, you could still be earning valuable points and miles. Find out how Daniel Ross earned more than 20,000 Avios without flying with British Airways.
This week, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary indicated that fares will fall in the coming months.
A new partnership between British Airways and Qured has opened the opportunity for one of the most-convenient testing options if you’re planning to travel this year.
If you plan to make a redemption with Singapore Airlines, you may want to transfer your Amex Membership Rewards to Singapore KrisFlyer before 1 April.
Wth this new current account through Barclays, you can earn 1,500 Avios every month — but for a cost.
Virgin Atlantic is bringing back welcome drinks in Upper Class.
Uganda Airlines will begin flying between its hub in Entebbe and London Heathrow.
If you’re flying with Emirates in economy, you can elect to purchase empty seats around you for maximum social distancing.
With the new 100,000-point welcome bonus on one Amex card, you’ll want to know some ways on how you can use those points.
Finally, if you’re entering the U.K. from abroad, follow the rules. We shouldn’t have to tell you this.
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