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Ryanair launches 2017 schedule in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Liverpool

Ryanair, the Irish low-fares airline, has launched its record Edinburgh summer schedule for 2017, with five new routes to Barcelona G, Ibiza, Milan, Porto and Vigo, as the airline expects to grow its Edinburgh traffic by eight percent in 2017 […]

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London voted favourite UK city for sixth straight year

  London has won two prestigious accolades at the annual Conde Nast Traveller Readers' Choice Awards 2016, London &


bmi regional offers 50-seater jet for aspiring James Bonds

bmi regional, the UK-based regional airline, will offer aspiring secret agents private jets from £300 per person per day, ahead of the latest instalment from the world' favourite


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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UK holidaymakers urged to carry ATOL certificate

Holidaymakers in the UK are being urged to carry their ATOL certificate when setting off on their summer holiday. Ahead of the summer holiday season, the Civil Aviation Authority

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Thomson predicts the holiday trends for 2014

Holiday company, Thomson, is expecting millions of British holidaymakers to go online during the yearend to plan their 2014 vacation. Looking ahead, Thomson has predicted the expected destination hotspots

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Travellers seek happiness factor along side costs

Travellers are beginning to consider the 'happiness' factor as importantly as price when booking travel, Travel Mole has reported, citing a separate research report. According to new research by


British traveller becomes youngest to visit every country

A British traveller has become the youngest person ever to travel to the world's 196 internationally recognised countries, The Daily Mail has reported. With the aim of visiting every


British children seasoned travellers by 16

A survey has revealed that British children travel so extensively with their parents that many can be considered seasoned travellers by the age of 16. The survey, which was


Cruise ships going out of the way to attract customers

Many cruise companies in the US are going out of the way to attract new customers in a bid to maintain interest. Several cruise companies have announced major overhauls