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Bahamas unveil multi-million dollar advertising campaign

Bahamas Cheryl Richardson
21 January, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

The Ministry of Tourism for The Bahamas has unveiled its new advertising campaign aimed to highlight the many features the island has to offer. The advert showcases The Bahamas’ blue waters, sandy beaches and easy-going atmosphere that brings visitors to the island every year. The star studded advert features celebrities ...

Snow and ice still affecting Heathrow Airport

Ice Nicola Chapman
21 January, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Around 130 flights have been cancelled today, as bad weather continues to disrupt travel. The flights have been cancelled in order to allow more space between aircraft due to low visibility. Around 250 flights were cancelled on Sunday in an attempt to keep operations running smoothly. According to a Heathrow ...

easyJet passengers forced to pay each other to leave overweight plane

easyJet 1 Kathy McLeman
20 January, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

Passengers on board an easyJet flight earlier this week were forced to take up a collection to pay four people to get off the overweight plane, after being delayed for an hour and half after being told the plane was 300kg overweight. The pilot of the flight, departing from Liverpool ...

Snow disrupts Heathrow, Leeds Bradford, Humberside and Newcastle airport services

London snow Cheryl Richardson
20 January, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

The snow and freezing temperatures continue to affect services from some UK airports, including Heathrow, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle and Humberside. Passengers with flights departing from Heathrow this week were advised to check whether the services were still running, as 200 routes were cancelled from the London hub today. Airport operators ...

Sri Lanka tops list of value destinations in 2012

Sri Lanka 1 Jan Moys
20 January, 2013 by Jan Moys

Sri Lanka was the cheapest destination to visit in 2012, according the Post Office's annual Worldwide Holiday Costs Barometer study. Sri Lanka joined Spain and the Czech Republic in the top three cheapest places to visit, with Thailand coming in at number four. The placings were calculated based on the cost ...

£32 million to stay in inflatable space hotel

Space station Ree Saunders
18 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

NASA is testing a new inflatable balloon-style spacecraft designed to give astronauts more space on board the Space Station. Plans to use the technology to one day build a space hotel and moon base have also been revealed. The inflatable module has been designed by Las Vegas based company Bigelow ...

Some UK airports affected by snowfall

Feature Nicola Chapman
18 January, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

The UK woke up to a sea of snow this morning as the country was greeted with more cold weather. Some areas are expecting up to 30 cm of snow today, with more to come over the weekend. Heathrow Airport has temporarily shut its northern runway to clear the snow ...

Fly to Australia for unbeatable sun

Sun dog Ree Saunders
18 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Australia is enjoying record high temperatures today as the sun continues to shine on Sydney. The city's temperatures reached 45.8 C today, beating the previous record of 45.3 C, which was set in 1939. Temperatures at Sydney airport were even higher, reaching 46.6 C. Thousands of locals and visitors flocked ...

QE2 finds new home in Asia

QE2 Ree Saunders
17 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Asian investors have announced plans to save the world famous ocean liner, the Queen Elizabeth 2, from its scrap yard fate. The deal would end concerns about the future of the iconic ship, which was sold in 2008 to the government owned Dubai World for £64 million. If new plans ...

South African Airways named best in Africa

SAA Ree Saunders
17 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Readers of Business Traveller Magazine have named South African Airways the Best Airline in Africa. The airline is said to be ‘honoured’ that the magazine’s reader voted it the best airline for flights to South Africa and around the continent.  The honour is not the first that South African Airlines ...

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