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British Airways calls on border force to cut immigration delays

British Airways has called on the UK’s Border Force to tackle ‘serious inefficiencies’ that are causing British citizens and visitors to endure long queues and frustrating delays when arriving at UK airports.

In a submission to the Home Office, the airline has raised concerns that families returning from holidays face long queues to pass through […]

You will want to commit murder at the airport

An extract from a brilliantly written article from the 5th August in the Telegraph by Sophia Money-Coutts

After Hannibal’s army crossed the Alps on elephants to take on the Romans, they were presumably quite tired. But they probably weren’t as exhausted as anyone who’s ever been on holiday via a British airport.

Discussing exactly which […]

Archaeologists uncover ‘little Pompeii’ south of Lyon

Site unearthed on land awaiting construction of housing complex is labelled an ‘exceptional find’ by culture ministry

First Published in The Guardian

A “little Pompeii” is how French archaeologists are describing an entire ancient Roman neighbourhood uncovered on the outskirts of the southeastern city of Vienne, featuring remarkably preserved remains of luxury homes and […]

Do Ryanair flights go down in price?​

Do Ryanair flights get cheaper nearer time of departure?

Do Ryanair flights go down in price?

Will Ryanair prices drop soon?

When are flights cheapest to buy?

These are common questions travellers ask when searching for the cheapest Ryanair airfares.

The short answer is YES.

Ryanair prices do go down and the chances for […]

CAPITAL-ISING on New Routes

British Airways is to launch new routes from London City Airport to three European capitals, Paris, Prague and Reykjavik, in October.

The new services to the three popular cities will mean British Airways will fly to 30 destinations from London City this winter.

The Orly flights are being transferred to London City Airport from Heathrow, […]

Boules – Rules at your fingertips this summer

Keeping up with the locals – and sometimes beating them.

If you are to join in with the real community – or enjoy a leisurely drink as the sun goes down on your own Boules pitch you should know the basics and couple of the finer points to impress. This way you can concentrate on […]

New Winter Ski Routes from BA

As summer temperatures continue to rise across the UK, British Airways is launching two cool new ski routes for winter and more flights available from Heathrow for under £40 than ever before.

The new Heathrow flights to Grenoble, perfectly located for access to some of Europe’s best ski resorts will depart on Saturdays from […]

Before the meltdown from BA, they announced new services and benefits. . . they were trying . . .

British Airways launched new summer sun flights from seven UK and Irish airports continuing its growth of regional flying. Prices in economy start at just £29 or customers can choose the airline’s Club Europe cabin offering lounge access and complementary food and drink.

And for the first time in a decade British Airways flights will […]

Ryanair will now seek 15m Euro tax refund from French Social Security Authorities

EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE RULING IN THE “A ROSA” CASE UPHOLDS EU RULES ON SOCIAL INSURANCE PAYMENTS BY INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WORKERS

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline today (27 April) welcomed the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the “A Rosa” case which has upheld the EU rules on social insurance payments for […]

Breeze through boarding with BA

Biometric self-boarding gates – Domestic stands at T5

British Airways is transforming its customers’ airport experience by becoming the first UK airline to introduce automated biometric technology throughout the airport – with the launch of self-service boarding gates.

Following a successful trial last June, the first three boarding gates for UK domestic flights […]