Which countries could be added to the green list next? 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:
With only 12 destinations added to the first green list, it’s hoped more countries will be added next month. Which ones could join the list?
As Italy reopens to some tourists, you may wonder what it’s like and whether Italy is truly open. Here’s what it’s like right now.
My first post-lockdown long-haul flight flying British Airways first class from London to Mexico City was delightful and dramatic in equal measures.
If you have always wanted to book the whole family in a premium cabin for your next holiday BA is adding a lot more seats to be booked with Avios.
A look at why you should add Iceland to your list for this summer.
If you’re looking at earning or retaining elite status with British Airways here is a great promotion this summer.
No matter which airline you choose, you’re in for a transatlantic treat.
Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas announced restart dates for a wide swath of ships that aren’t until fall or even winter.
These are the best hotels and resorts for an adults-only holiday in Europe.
A look at how pilots deal with unruly passengers.
Featured image by Paul Biris
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