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Heathrow runways closed due to emergency landing

Ree Saunders
24 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Heathrow Airport has warned passengers of flight delays after a British Airways flight was forced to make an emergency landing. Both runways were closed earlier this morning, causing flight delays for the rest of the day. The BA plane was safely evacuated after black smoke was seen coming from an engine ...

Barcelona ‘space hotel’ plans met with mixed reviews

Nicola Chapman
24 May, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Plans to build a new island off the Barcelona coast have created uproar in Spain. The mayor of Barcelona has said that the 1.5 billion euro resort would become a ‘spectacle’ and that the plans were ‘not in keeping’ with the city’s style. The new island planned for visitors flying to ...

Edible creepy crawlies around the world

Ree Saunders
24 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Travelling abroad is the best opportunity to sample new foods and try out new tastes. From odd cheeses and raw meats to deep fried fruit and hot and spicy curries - we all enjoy trying out new culinary delights that can be found in the market places and restaurants of ...

Paris named best city break destination

Jan Moys
23 May, 2013 by Jan Moys

The French capital of Paris has beat London to be named the world’s best city break destination. The home of the Eiffel Tower passed London, New York and Rome to place first at this year’s Travellers’ Choice awards. The City of Love climbed three places from last year, when it was ...

Biggest python ever captured in Florida

Ree Saunders
23 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A man from Florida has captured and killed a giant Burmese python thought to be the largest of its kind to ever be caught in the state. The enormous 128-pound python, which measured 18 feet, was found by Jason Leon during a late-night drive. The snake was caught and killed by ...

Manchester City buys New York soccer club

Mike Potter
23 May, 2013 by Mike Potter

The former English champion club Manchester City has announced it will be joining forces with the Major League Baseball franchise to acquire the New York City Football Club - America’s 20th club. Man City confirmed yesterday that it had signed an agreement with the New York Yankees allowing the club ...

Smartly dressed men most likely to get upgraded

Kathy McLeman
22 May, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

Smartly dressed single men are the most likely to get a free upgrade on a flight, according to Skyscanner. A survey of 700 cabin crew revealed that single men in their thirties are most likely to be bumped up a class. The new survey, carried out by Skyscanner, found that 61 ...

Photobombing fish becomes big hit in Australia

Ree Saunders
22 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A blue parrotfish has shot to stardom after photobombing tourists' pictures in Australia. The fish, named Gavin, has become the main attraction at Green Island, a diving centre just off Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Gavin has joined the current trend of photobombing tourists’ Australian holiday pictures, appearing in the snaps of ...

Pregnant fliers given the OK before 37 weeks

Victoria Hampton
22 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Women travelling while pregnant shouldn’t worry about flying before 37 weeks, according to experts from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Experts have said that air travel “poses no risk to pregnant women and unborn babies” flying before 37 weeks. The experts from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists ...

Fly to Dubai for gold-plated iPads!

Gold iPad Ree Saunders
21 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The Burj al Arab hotel - said to be the finest hotel in Dubai - has unveiled its newest luxury amenity – 24-carat gold iPads. The new tablets will be available to all guests staying at the ”world’s only 7-star hotel.” The gold-coated iPads, which are embossed with the hotel’s logo, ...

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