What kind of COVID-19 test you need to travel and how much it costs, 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 planning to travel this summer, you will need some form of COVID-19 test on your return to the U.K. Here, we break down what kind of test you will need depending on what traffic light destination you’re coming from.
This week, JetBlue made a splash with the announcement of its first flights between the U.S. and London.
On Monday, Brits were allowed to travel abroad for non-essential reasons once again.
This week, Italy announced it was reopened to British tourists who hold a negative COVID-19 test result. However, it’s an amber country.
With that in mind, can you actually go on holiday to an amber list country right now? Here’s what the government has to say.
And if you do decide to holiday in an amber list destination, will you insurance cover the trip?
There are still only three countries and territories you can visit from the U.K. without quarantine on either end.
This lucrative Amex Offer returned this week, allowing you to save on purchases made with small businesses.
A look at the four bucket-list trips this TPG staffer is booking this year.
Finally, I got to stay at the Four Seasons at Park Lane on opening night. Read on for my experience in this lovely, five-star property in London.
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