Virgin Atlantic says flights won’t resume until at least August, 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:
Because of the U.K.’s mandatory 14-day isolation for arriving travellers, Virgin Atlantic said it won’t resume flights until at least August.
How this TPG reader found themself with upgraded BA status.
For much of this week, the Virgin Atlantic’s Flying Club has been out of commission. Here’s why you shouldn’t be worried about your miles for now.
Here are the restrictions the United Arab Emirates is rolling out for visitors.
We knew that EasyJet was planning to resume some flights from 15 June, but now we know which domestic routes those will be.
Planning your next trip? Consider using your Executive Club Avios to fly to these exciting African destinations.
The popular holiday destination plans to reopen to tourists by October.
Eyes set on Executive Club status? Make sure you keep these tips in mind for your next trip to the U.S. (Of course, when it’s safe to travel again.)
If the coronavirus crisis has you feeling like you want to stay closer to home, consider one of these eight Lake District hotels for your next holiday.
If you’ve been considering one of the popular personal Amex cards, here are some things to keep in mind before you make your decision.
Finally, if you live in London and want to get away on a short journey, here are some of the best road trips that take two hours or less.
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