Qantas rejects Boeing and Airbus offers for Project Sunrise, 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:
Qantas told both plane manufacturers to go back to the drawing board for aircraft for the airline’s Project Sunrise flights.
Emirates’ CEO explained why the carrier was able to make it work while other carriers have struggled to maintain it.
The new aircraft will fly between London and Atlanta.
If you’re debating whether to splurge for premium economy or stick with economy, read this first.
As of late 2020, Virgin Atlantic will fly its A350 to a total of five destinations.
TUI is the first U.K. airline to detail its routes for its return to Sharm el-Sheikh Airport (SSH).
Find out why this passenger thought that Singapore Airlines’ premium economy product was close to a business-class experience.
If you have a Companion Voucher but not enough Avios to fly you in Club World both directions, you might be wondering how to book a mixed-class Voucher.
How this TPG U.K. reader was able to upgrade his trip to Australia to business class.
An excellent ground experience, onboard service and comfortable bedding were great, but a long meal service and somewhat dated hard product hurt its TPG rating.
Featured photo by Ben Mutzabaugh/The Points Guy.