Why flight crews front load their carry-on luggage, 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 ever wondered why airline crews always carry their bags in the same way, you’re not alone. Here’s the reason.
Most airlines around the world have issued travel waivers and/or cancelled flights as the result of coronavirus. Find out if yours has.
If you’ve got upcoming travel booked, here’s what you need to know about travelling in the midst the coronavirus outbreak.
Speaking of, if you want to disinfect your hotel room, here’s how to best do so.
Virgin Money has done away with the 2.99% fee it’s charged on most foreign transactions. Hopefully more issuers in the U.K. follow suit.
The future of aircraft cabins sure looks different than everything we’re used to seeing.
It’s hard to emphasize just how much difference a good crew can make to a flight experience.
Moral of the story? Always know exactly what your travel insurance covers, and always know your rights when travelling, as your airline might not actually tell you what you are entitled to.
If you have the choice between low-cost or full-service, here’s why you might want to consider paying a little more to fly with the full-service carrier.
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