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Edinburgh Airport marks World Autism Awareness Day with new support package

Marking World Autism Awareness Day, Edinburgh Airport has launched a support package to help passengers with autism and other additional support needs travel through the airport effortlessly. The first project of its kind in Scotland, Edinburgh Airport developed the new […]

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UK government asked to abolish air tax

The UK Government has been urged to abolish tax on flights from Britain, in line with the move by Ireland, according to a report by The Telegraph. Ireland, which

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UK airline anger at latest French strike

UK airlines are being forced to cancel flights and are expressing their anger over a strike by French air traffic controllers. The three-day strike, which starts today, has forced

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TAP Portugal Increases Service to UK

TAP Portugal, a Portugal based airline, has announced an increase in its flights to the UK. The airline is extending the Anglo-Portuguese connection by increasing its five- times a

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Survey Suggests In-Flight Food More Expensive than Supermarket

Low cost airlines may offer fares for the budget conscious, but pricing of food is hardly aimed at the cost conscious traveller, says TravelSupermarket, a UK-based

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Fly midweek and save a fortune

Travellers that are keen to get the best possible value for money from their travel arrangements would do well to organise their flights on a day in the

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Allegiant announces new non-stop flight schedules

With a view to enhancing the convenience for holiday travellers, Arizona-based Allegiant Airlines has announced new non-stop itineraries to popular destinations. The company said that the new flights on

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Volotea teams with car rental company

Volotea, considered to be the newest low-cost airline in Europe, has announced that it has teamed up with a European car rental company to provide an enhanced service

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EC still undecided on allowing passengers to carry liquids in hand baggage

The European Commission (EC) has postponed taking a decision on allowing passengers to carry liquids in their hand baggage. The EC had previously banned passengers from carrying liquids in

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Airline Passengers Vent Concerns Over Extra Wide Airline Seats

Airline passengers feel that a move by Airbus, an aircraft manufacturer, to offer extra-wide seats on its A320 family of aircraft, is unfair, reports UK-based flight search engine,