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2.5 Million Brits Flying Abroad this Christmas

Beach Ree Saunders
21 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

More than 2 million Brits are set on escaping the cold this winter, with around 3 per cent of the population planning to go abroad this Christmas. Sales to some of Europe’s most popular beach destinations are reportedly up 160 per cent year-on-year and it is expected that 42 per ...

Berlinale Film Festival Brings Hollywood to Germany

Jake Feature Victoria Hampton
21 December, 2012 by Victoria Hampton

The prestigious Berlinale film festival is set to return to Berlin in February 2013. This will be the film festival and award show’s 63rd outing and excitement over the event is already said to be spreading through Germany’s capital. Berlinale, or the Berlin International Film Festival as it is also known, ...

Mayans Say Sorry with Chocolate

Chocolate Cake Ree Saunders
21 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

If you were to listen carefully enough today you would probably be able to hear a unanimous sigh of relief/ disappointment that, contrary to the Mayan calendar, the world has not ended. This anti-climatic ending to one of the most talked about topics this year has left some of us ...

Cheap Flights to Canada with Air Canada’s New Venture

Toronto Victoria Hampton
21 December, 2012 by Victoria Hampton

Air Canada has unveiled its new budget airline, Air Canada Rouge, which will offer low cost flights between, the UK and Canada. The airline, which has just been launched, will fly directly from Edinburgh to Toronto. The service will run three times a week and will start in July next ...

Fly to USA for some Big Easy Soul Food

New Orleans Gumbo Drew Hendricks
20 December, 2012 by Drew Hendricks

The city of New Orleans in Louisiana is renowned for its parties, music and of course, its food. From dishes like gumbo and jambalaya to its famous turtle soup, the Big Easy is quite the culinary delight for visitors from all over the world. It is not just the classic ...

BA Announces New Flights to China

IMG_5929 Victoria Hampton
20 December, 2012 by Victoria Hampton

British Airways has announced a new route to Chengdu, China, that is set to commence in September 2013. This is just one of many new routes BA has announced recently, with new flights to Seoul in South Korea also being announced just a few weeks ago. When the route is ...

£1 Million Raised for UNICEF by easyJet Passengers

UNICEF Kathy McLeman
19 December, 2012 by Kathy McLeman

easyJet has revealed that since launching its partnership with children’s charity UNICEF in July, it has raised over a million pounds through passenger donations. To celebrate the achievement, easyJet unveiled a range of special edition aircraft branded with the ‘Change for Good’ slogan. The donations were  taken on board flights ...

Olympic Games Makers Return to Gatwick this Christmas

Tom Daly Ree Saunders
19 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

Gatwick airport has announced it will be bringing back the Olympic volunteers who helped at busy airports over the summer to help manage the holiday rush this year. The London Ambassadors are set to return to Gatwick armed with Christmas hats and festive spirit! It is expected that around 1.5 ...

‘Queen Elizabeth Land’ in Antarctica Given as Diamond Jubilee Gift

Queen with Cameron and Clegg Ree Saunders
19 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

The Foreign Office has revealed its gift to the Queen for her Diamond Jubilee, with an area in Antarctica being named after Her Majesty. The region of Antarctica, which was previously unnamed, is to be known as Queen Elizabeth Land. The area is around 169,000 square miles, about twice the ...

Fly to Brazil to Make Your ££ Go Further

Brazil Jan Moys
19 December, 2012 by Jan Moys

According to recent research, many British travellers heading overseas will find themselves getting more bang for their buck! Moneycorp, a foreign exchange firm, has released a report showing a double digit year-on-year increase in the value of the pound for those flying to Brazil, Sri Lanka, Argentina or South Africa. ...

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