The Caribbean countries can you travel to right now, 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:
If the Caribbean is calling you, know what your options are before you start booking.
This week, the government removed four countries from England’s travel corridor list. As of today, Denmark, Curacao, Slovakia and Iceland are no longer on the list.
With Denmark, Curacao and Slovakia no longer on England’s travel corridor list, there are now 15 destinations you can travel to without quarantine on either end.
With things changing all the time, it’s a good idea to know what you’re getting into when you buy an airline ticket — and why you may want to avoid booking with Ryanair.
How Swiss is still doing business class the right way even during the pandemic.
Private car company Blacklane has introduced a new service to compete directly with the U.K.’s trains. Is it a good deal?
American Express has brought back one of its popular offers for Platinum cardholders. With it, you can get up to £100 back in the form of statement credits.
TPG U.K.’s Nicky Kelvin got a look at how Delta and Virgin are making the flying experience safer.
Something you don’t see every day: A Fiji Airways 737 at Teesside Airport.
Finally, enter for your chance to win one million Honors points to use towards the holiday of your dreams.
Featured photo by Stefano Stefani/Getty Images.
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