This obscure Brexit passport rule could affect your travel plans, 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:
Many travellers probably know when their passport is due to expire. But do you know the date it was issued?
Unpredictable passenger numbers, isolating immigration staff and increased documentation checks are causing long delays for arriving passengers at Heathrow. Here are our tips for making you experience as easy as possible.
Taking advantage of a very generous American Express offer at one of my favourite London restaurants, Fischer’s.
It’s important to think a little outside of the box when it comes to your flight route.
Plan to visit Malta for your next holiday if you’re looking for warm sunshine and cultural attractions.
Recently a United Airlines plane tipped backwards after safely landing. How do pilots and airlines ensure this doesn’t happen on every flight?
There might be more good news for British travellers.
Qatar Airways has introduced a new fare class for business-class tickets, and adjusted the inclusions for the existing fare classes.
International travellers may find the border to the U.S. isn’t as easy to cross as promised when it reopens later this fall.
Your seat can make or break your flying experience — especially when flying in economy.
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