Travel News

Accor offers free Wi-Fi across all its UK & Ireland hotels

The service will provide guests at any Accor hotels (including 59 Ibis, 76 Mercure, 32 Novotel and 1 Pullman branded hotel) with access to free, high quality Wi-Fi throughout their stay, with many properties offering fibre optic Wi-Fi to guarantee the best possible service. Guests will be able to access free Wi-Fi in bedrooms, meeting…

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TripCase v4.01.0 Release

We’re excited to let you know that the latest v4.01.0 release is now available on iTunes and Google Play. The full release changelog is available below: Bug Fixes – fixed a few nagging bugs, including issues with Follower view and disappearing trips in offline mode. Easier Access To Share Your Trip – you can now share your…

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Driving Licence changes affecting car hire

From 08 June 2015, the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence will not be valid and will no longer be issued by DVLA. The counterpart was introduced to display driving licence details that could not be included on the photocard. These details include some vehicle categories you are entitled to drive and any endorsement/penalty…

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Emirates Airlines – Lounge Refurbishment

Emirates will be refurbishing and extending their Business and First class lounge at London Heathrow (LHR) Terminal 3. As such the lounge has now been temporarily closed. The works are scheduled to be completed by 02nd October 2015.   This will be an inconvenience to some customers however the airline has arranged full use of…

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easyJet – Fast Track Security and Second Bag

easyJet – Fast Track Security and Second Bag Time is important to business travellers and that’s why EasyJet have introduced Fast Track Security for easyJet Plus members and passengers travelling on a Flexi Fare at 35 key airports throughout Europe (including Aberdeen, Athens, Edinburgh, Geneva, Glasgow, Lisbon, Gatwick, Manchester, Milan, Munich and Paris). easyJet Plus…

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British Airways – Service Updates

British Airways – Service Updates British Airways direct services to Kuala Lumpur have been restored after a 14 year absence. Flights are daily and depart from Heathrow Terminal 5. Kuala Lumpur is the home hub for oneworld partner, Malaysian Airlines (MH) services. For eligible customers, lounge access to the Malaysian Airlines’ Golden Lounge. Customers can…

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Holiday demand remains buoyant

The early demand for holidays has continued into the Spring, fuelled by continuing economic growth and low inflation in the UK. Combine these factors with excellent (and still increasing) sterling versus euro rates, deflation in the Eurozone and some great prices from tour operators and the advice from your JPT agency is to book early…

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New airport lounges available at Heathrow

If you are one of the many passengers that can’t abide the hustle and bustle of airports then why not consider paying that little extra and treating yourself to an airport lounge pass. These lounges are a haven where you can enjoy peace, refreshments and newspapers until your flight is called. Two new lounges available…

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Cosmos reports that clients still want holiday reps or ‘Destination hosts’

After several years where less priority has been given to overseas rep services, it seems that demand for this service is back once again. After extensive research this long established tour operator found that customers wanted a range of things from their holiday reps’, these included : ” being at the airport to help us”…

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Cruise News – Britannia takes to the waves

P & O Cruise’s newest ship the Britannia, was officially christened by the Queen in Southampton when she smashed the customary champagne bottle against the ships Union Jack livery on the 10th March.   The 3,647 passenger Britannia is the largest ship ever designed specifically for the UK holiday market. Britannia was designed following feedback…

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