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Updates from Ryanair

Ryanair, our self proclaimed “Europe’s No.1 airline”, announced a new weekly London Stansted ski route to and from Dole, France commencing in December 2018. Ryanair’s Stansted Winter 2018 schedule includes 124 routes in total with three other new routes to Belfast, Edinburgh and Nantes.

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely declared “Ryanair is pleased to announce a new […]

One year to go until the beginning of the Elizabeth Line

Elizabeth line services will be introduced in phases, with the central London stations opening in December 2018 “The Elizabeth line will transform travel across London and the South East, with new state-of-the-art trains transporting millions of people quickly across London, providing a huge boost to the economy” Sadiq Khan, The Mayor of London New December […]

International boarding just got easier

British Airways has become the first airline to trial self-service biometric boarding gates on international flights out of the USA, working in partnership with Los Angeles Airport.

As part of the airline’s commitment to invest in innovation and new technology, British Airways has begun an exclusive trial that will transform customers’ airport experience by improving […]

Low-cost airline Level to offer Paris – New York flights from €129

Low-cost airline Level is expanding its operations to Orly Airport in Paris, where it has announced it will be launching four new long-haul routes.

The long-haul budget airline owned by British Airways’ owner International Airlines Group (IAG) is due to launch in Paris in July 2018.

It will start by offering four flights […]

SNCF changes website name as part of rail rebranding

The website of the national rail company SNCF has been renamed and given a new address for the first time in 17 years as part of the organisation’s rebranding of its services. From now on anyone using the website to book tickets will need to use the address rather than

The update brings […]

Ski flights take off from Manchester

As Manchester basks in a light dusting of snow the serious skiiers took off for the deeper slopes on the new British Airways flights to Salzburg and Chambery this weekend.

The two new winter-only flights from Manchester will operate every Saturday through to April to Salzburg in Austria and Chambery in France, gateways to some […]

Tripping to Corsica

British Airways customers will have even more choice of sunshine spots this summer with the launch of a new route to Corsica from Heathrow Terminal 5.

Holidaymakers wanting to relax on pristine beaches, stroll through unspoilt coastal towns and explore charming hilltop villages should head to the picture-perfect French island this summer with direct flights […]

Two new family-friendly developments near sell-out in French Alps

With the 2017/18 ski season approaching, buyers are being advised to act quickly if they want to secure a sale before the season begins.

Champagny-en-Vanoise and Flaine are two of France’s most family-friendly resorts 95% of all properties have sold in MGM’s development Le Centaure, in Flaine, where two bedroom apartments are available from €254,167 […]

Ryanair Responds Fully To CAR (& CAA) Requirements To Clarify Customer Entitlements During Cancellations

Ryanair today (29th Sept) met with the Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) and agreed to implement a series of steps to address the CAR’s requirements to ensure that all customers affected by Ryanair’s recent rostering related flight cancellations are fully aware of their EU261 rights and entitlements, including full refunds, or re-accommodation onto other […]

Craving in Paris? Your last chance to visit the Salon du Chocolate . . .

Man has sought over the centuries to get the very best out of cocoa so that today’s consumers can rediscover chocolate in a wide range of forms and flavours. The great chocolate adventure still has many ways of making our moths water.

Are the chocolatiers and patissiers the New Adventurers? That’s the unusual theme […]