Why scrapping the traffic light system wouldn’t affect most British travellers, 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:
The U.K. government’s controversial traffic light system for foreign travel is rumoured to end next month. Here’s why that, unfortunately, wouldn’t help most travellers.
Each aircraft has its own little quirks, some of which many pilots like, others which pilots may not prefer. It’s like the difference between driving a Mercedes and BMW: They both offer quite a different driving experience, but ultimately either will get you safely to your destination.
When 100 Apple Leisure Group properties join Hyatt, you’ll be able to use points at these Alua, Breathless, Dreams, Secrets and Zoetry all-inclusive resorts.
A full review of the British Airways Premium Plus Credit Card from American Express UK.
If you’re looking for something a little different this winter, Ryanair have announced additions to their already impressive London route map with 14 new routes.
Check out these beaches in Europe warm enough to visit in autumn.
I briefly enjoyed standby travel benefits as an airline intern, and here’s a rundown of what that experience was like.
Seven rules for maximising travel credit cards, such as avoiding interest payments and maintaining a good credit score.
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