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Edinburgh Airport opens one-stop-shop for luggage needs

Edinburgh Airport has announced the opening of Luggage-Point – a retail and service arm of Weigh-ahead – in the airport’s new terminal extension, offering passengers a solution to luggage requirements. The new Edinburgh store stocks luxury brands like Samsonite, Kipling, […]

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Britons fall short on European annual leave league

British workers average two less annual days leave per year than their European neighbours according to a recent survey, the Daily Mail has reported. The survey, carried out by


Thomson and First Choice add Costa Rica to winter programme from November 2015

Thomson and First Choice, the UK-based holiday companies, have introduced the tropical paradise of Costa Rica into their long haul winter programme from November 2015. The weekly flight from


Bristol Airport to promote West of England to world

Bristol Airport is showcasing the West of England to airlines from across the globe at the World Route Development (WRD) Forum, taking place from September 20-23 in Chicago. The


Passengers and taxpayers ‘winners’ in new Virgin Trains West Coast contract

Virgin Trains, a UK-based train operator and a subsidiary of the Virgin group of companies, has claimed in a release on its website that passengers and taxpayers are


Airbnb tops traditional travel providers in online user experience

Relative newcomer Airbnb is ahead of traditional travel providers such as Virgin Atlantic and Thomas Cook in providing a first class digital user experience, according to independent research


Inbound tourism registers significant growth across Britain

Inbound tourism has grown significantly across all of Britain's regions in 2013, and will continue to grow by over 6% a year for the rest of this decade,

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Thomson and First Choice support national apprenticeship week

Thomson and First Choice, a UK-based holiday company and part of TUI UK & Ireland, will offer 130 new apprenticeship positions within the business in 2014, enabling young

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British Airways research reveals fliers’ emotions and quirks

  British Airways has published the findings of an Ipsos MORI research poll, revealing the range of emotions fliers undergo when they travel, and the quirks that make them


Passengers unhappy with Britain’s train service, survey

More than half of Britain's rail companies have been rated poor in customer satisfaction, according to an annual survey carried out by Which? magazine. According to the annual survey