Why the UK skies need Virgin Atlantic, 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:
Without Virgin Atlantic, the U.K.’s skies become much quieter and less competitive. Here’s why we think Virgin going bust would ultimately be bad for consumers.
U.K. airlines continue to push back the dates they’re expecting to resume passenger flights. Check out the latest.
If you’ve got a load of Flying Club miles, here are some options for using them.
One of our favourite tools for searching for award availability just got even better. Find out why and how you can use the tool.
A number of airlines have stopped flying to Heathrow altogether. However, for those that are still operating to the U.K.’s largest airport, this is the terminal they’re using.
The low-cost carrier said it’ll keep its European short-haul and long-haul operations suspended until at least April 2021.
What we might expect to see in air travel when flying resumes on a large scale.
Cruising will likely never be the same in the aftermath of the coronavirus. Here are nine ways we think it will be different.
If you have 100,000 Avios sitting in your Executive Club account, here are some ways you could use them.
Finally, Lufthansa’s lounge in Heathrow Terminal 2 wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great either. Read the full review.
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