Brilliant Black Friday travel deals you can still take advantage of 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:
It’s that time of year again – you can save big on travel with all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for 2021 including flights and packages with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Easy Jet.
Whether you’re a first-class lounge lover, travelling with children or plotting an adventurous gap year as restrictions open up, we have you covered with the best Black Friday deals for style lovers that’ll keep your suitcase (and its contents) looking smart.
After nearly two years of some of the toughest travel restrictions on the planet, New Zealand has circled a date on the calendar to reopen for international visitors: 30 April 2022.
In the U.K. children aged 12-15-years-old can only receive a single jab which could prove problematic when arranging family holidays to destinations where double vaccination is now compulsory. Here’s what to know.
With Finnairs best aircraft returning to the short flights between London and Helsinki, here’s a great way to use your Avios.
From 1 December onwards, some foreign travellers are once again allowed into the country, but the rules remain very strict. Let’s take a look at how the rules will change.
Speaking at Dubai’s Expo 2020, British transport secretary Grant Shapps said there is ‘no prospect’ of COVID rule changes for travellers to require booster jabs before Christmas.
Those travel vouchers you accepted during the pandemic may be losing some of their value soon – here’s why you should plan your redemption sooner, rather than later.
From rural wine regions to stunning natural wonders to secret (and not so secret) French islands, these are the most overlooked destinations in France you need to visit.
Make the most of what little time we might have left with first-class, here are the routes on which British Airways currently operates a first-class cabin, as well as the aircraft on the route. Fly first class while it lasts!
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