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Brittany Ferries offers long weekend break to France, announces late booking deal

Brittany Ferries, a provider of ferry-inclusive motoring holidays to France and Spain, is offering UK holidaymakers a long weekend break in France this spring, at a special return fare of £79 per person. The special offer is available for travel […]

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Brittany Ferries announces holiday package to St Malo, free entry to Grand Aquarium

Brittany Ferries is offering families a holiday break to St. Malo - the walled port city in Brittany in north-western France on the English Channel this spring and

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Eurostar reports 2014 growth in revenue and passenger numbers, new e320 trains in service this year

Eurostar, the high-speed railway service that connects the UK with mainland Europe via the Channel Tunnel, has today reported growth in both revenue and passenger numbers for 2014. For

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Brittany Ferries offers more ‘economie’ sailings to Le Havre and Bilbao

Ferry and holiday company Brittany Ferries has announced it has chartered a vessel, which will operate under its 'no-frills' Brittany Ferries economie brand, starting May 2015. The additional ship

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Brittany Ferries UK offers more pet-friendly holidays for 2015

Brittany Ferries has added more pet-friendly holidays for 2015 for UK holidaymakers. The move comes as the number of pets travelling on Brittany Ferries has increased for the sixth

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Flybe launches new Birmingham – Deauville route

British low-cost regional airline Flybe has announced its plans to add a third new French route to its 2015 summer schedule, allowing customers to fly direct to Deauville

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Taxi drivers in Paris and Rome named the world’s rudest

British holidaymakers have voted taxi drivers in Paris and Rome as the rudest in the world. According to the survey by airporttransfers.co.uk, cab drivers in the capital cities of

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French air traffic controllers call off third day of strike

A planned third day of the strike by French air traffic controllers, which was to take place tomorrow (Thursday June 13), has been called off. The strike is still

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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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Eurostar’s new trains delayed

Eurostar, a high-speed railway service that connects London with Paris and Brussels, will not be receiving the new trains that it has on order by the expected delivery