BA adds new routes to Europe for this summer, 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:
British Airways is expanding its European footprint for the summer with new routes from London Heathrow. Find out where.
American Express wants its cardholders to book travel. It’s offering a credit of £50 after spending £200 through Amex Travel.
This week, the government announced that England will use the NHS app for travellers who need a digital vaccine passport.
If the digital vaccine passport isn’t ready in time for the return of travel, those heading to Greece have another option. The country has said that it will accept NHS paper cards as proof of vaccination.
Spain’s tourism minister announced this week that the country plans to reopen to Brits from June.
The EU has also announced that it plans to welcome fully vaccinated American tourists into its borders this summer.
The flagship carrier of the U.K. has said that it will not reopen its in-lounge Elemis spas.
Some practical tips on what you should do if your hotel shuts down during your stay.
Finally, we take a detailed look at how you should search for award availability across the major airlines.
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