Virgin Atlantic unveils 5 additional routes for September, 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:
While Virgin Atlantic outlined its planned route relaunches for the first half of the month of September, the carrier has also announced an extended onboard meal offering.
This week, the government said that it wasn’t changing its travel corridors list. Find out all 67 countries that remain on the list here.
If you have an ad blocker on your computer, you’ll want to check to make sure this £10 surcharge isn’t added to your Wizz Air fare.
Irish carrier Aer Lingus is considering dropping its routes from Shannon to the U.S. in favour of flying from regional U.K. cities to America.
With the latest Amex Offer on the no-annual-fee BA Amex card, you can earn up to 1,000 bonus Avios.
Ever consider a long-range bus journey? If not, maybe this is the one. Adventures Overland is offering 20 people the chance to travel by bus from India to England — but it will cost you.
If you’ve ruled out all-inclusives, you might want to give these 11 properties a second thought.
Cornwall is historically one of the most popular staycations destinations in the U.K. — and even more so this year. But with popularity comes overcrowding. Here are 10 alternatives in the U.K.
This week saw news of some passengers contracting the coronavirus on crowded planes. If you find yourself flying, here’s how you can keep yourself and others around you safe.
Finally, Italy is a popular destination for Brits for good reason. Here are 19 of the most beautiful villages in the country.
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