Government introduces ‘regional’ travel corridors, 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:
This week, the government unveiled its newest strategy for its travel corridors approach to international travel. As such, the new information allows the government to consider islands on a localised approach, rather than an entire country.
Part of Portugal, as well as Hungary, French Polynesia and Reunion have been removed from the travel corridors list, while Sweden has been added. However, travel to the Azores and Madeira remains an option.
Thomas Cook suspended operations in 2019. However, the brand could make a return at some point this year.
BA has extended its trial for Reward Flight Savers to additional long-haul destinations. But is it a good deal?
Want to get the most out of your trip to London but don’t want to break the bank? Here are 10 free things you can do.
The Hilton Times Square will not open after its scheduled pandemic-related closure.
How an aircraft swap meant a better flying experience for this TPG reader.
Finally, if you want to get your rest and relaxation on without leaving the U.K., here are seven great city spa hotels around the country.
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