What it’s like to be BA cabin crew during the coronavirus pandemic, 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:
Social distancing, temperature checks and face masks are all parts of the new normal for flying as a passenger. But what about cabin crew? One BA cabin crew member tells us what it was like flying to Hong Kong (HKG).
In the post-coronavirus travel world, business class and the amenities we’re used to may look very different.
BA’s loyalty programme Avios is donating 60,000 Avios to at least 3,500 NHS workers. And you can help by donating your Avios, too.
It turns out that Qatar’s “unlimited” rebooking policy was, indeed, too good to be true. But it can still be valuable.
Here’s what it’s like when flying into the U.S.
The latest on what U.K. airlines are saying about when flying will resume. This week, EasyJet said that it’ll resume some domestic flights as of 15 June.
If the coronavirus crisis has you thinking of staying close to home for your first trip, a road trip may be on the cards. Here are seven of the best in the U.K.
Finally, a look at the latest information about when international borders may reopen.
Featured photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images.
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