The 19 destinations you can visit without quarantine on either end, 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, we put together a list of the countries or territories you can visit from England without having to quarantine on either end of your trip. While some destinations will require a negative COVID-19 test result, you won’t have to quarantine.
Also this week, England’s government revised its travel corridors list yet again. Slovenia and Guadeloupe have been removed from the list, while Singapore and Thailand have been added.
If you have a Virgin Atlantic credit card in your wallet, this is a promotion you’ll want to take advantage of.
Better yet, if you want to take advantage of that Virgin credit card promotion, perhaps a winter getaway to one of these relaunched destinations is the perfect option.
The carrier is considering launching flights to nowhere, which will take off from and land at Singapore Changi Airport.
Eastern Airways launched its first-ever flight to the U.K.’s largest airport this week.
British Airways surprised this Executive Club member with status during the pandemic.
Check out this guide to London’s variety of neighbourhoods so you’re in the know on your next visit to the capital.
Finally, with Italy still a viable option for an autumnal getaway, as it’s still on England’s travel corridors list, here are five reasons you should consider Naples.
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