A country-by-country guide to coronavirus recovery, 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:
Holding on hope for a holiday? This guide may help. We look into what we know so far about when each country around the world plans to reopen in the aftermath of the coronavirus.
Vegas is known for its flashy lights, crammed casinos and clubs and popular pool parties. But that may look vastly different when the destination reopens.
Last week, BA’s parent company IAG announced that it planned to make a meaningful return to service in July. However, this week brought news of a mandatory 14-day isolation when arriving in the U.K. for some passengers. As a result, IAG’s CEO said the airline may have to rethink its July plans.
Speaking of the U.K.’s mandatory self-isolation requirement, here’s what we know so far. Be warned, however, that details remain vague.
Airlines continue to drop information about when we might expect to see a return to service. Here’s the latest.
If you’ve got a Companion Voucher with British Airways — or have your eyes set on earning one — here’s everything you need to know.
Gold status with BA at age 9?! Yes, you read that right. Here’s how this mega AvGeek achieved it.
“Once airborne, one of us must then take a walk around the cabin every 30 minutes or so to ensure that nothing untoward is going on”, Charlie Page writes. “This walk is one of the eeriest parts of the flight. With all the cabin lights off and all the seats empty, it feels like a ghost ship. All the usual engine noises are there, just with none of the people. No smiles from passengers, no banter with the crew. A sombre and sobering experience”.
Featured photo by Clint Henderson/The Points Guy.