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Monarch Spreads its Wings with Additional Routes 24 - Sep - 2016
Announcements like this are beginning to become a regular occurrence, especially among smaller airlines Read More...
Norwegian Outdoing Other Budget Airlines with Steady Growth 23 - Sep - 2016
Since their expansion in 2013, they have flown over 3 million passengers, globally. Read More...
London Buses Charging into the Future 22 - Sep - 2016
The buses are to have USB ports in the 12 rear seats of the bus. That part is just one of the perks of electric buses, and it is not the only reason these busses are being introduced. Read More...
Ryanair to make the myRyanair App Compulsory for Booking Flights 19 - Sep - 2016
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary said: “Maybe next year, we won’t allow you to make a booking online unless you join up for our myRyanair programme.” Read More...
UK Commuters Spending Over 10% of Disposable Income on Rail Transport 16 - Sep - 2016
The cities include London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, and Bristol. The data used is for those passengers using annual rail season tickets five days a week Read More...
Transport for London Facing Tough Finance Issues 13 - Sep - 2016
TFL had stated their annual income was 11.5bn but on the actual report it was only 10.4bn. These numbers are expected to continue to decline for a number of reasons. Read More...
French-based La Compagnie Cancels its UK Route 9 - Sep - 2016
The airline has cited an unstable climate after the Brexit vote and would prefer instead to focus on their New York to Paris route for the time being. Read More...
Liverpool’s Merseytravel Backs Campaign to Kick the Sun Newspaper from the City 8 - Sep - 2016
This is in support of the “Total Eclipse of the S*n “campaign which seeks to kick out the newspaper from the city, following the outcome of the Hillsborough inquiry earlier in the year. Read More...
Gatwick Ventures to the Far East 5 - Sep - 2016
They have recently added Cathay Pacific to their long haul line up, with four weekly departures to Hong Kong, with connections to other destinations on the mainland. Read More...
It’s Steam and Tea at TFL’s Steam on the Met 2016 1 - Sep - 2016
The steam train will cover stops from Wembley Park to Amersham, I trip daily, and return trips from Amersham to Harrow on the Hill via diesel and back to Amersham via steam, with another one way via diesel from Amersham to Harrow on the Hill Read More...
Hope for Runway Decision as Airport Leaders Meet Transport Secretary 31 - Aug - 2016
There is the possible addition of a third runway at Heathrow for 17.6bn, a second runway at Gatwick for 7.1bn, and last, extending Heathrow’s northern runway for 13.4bn. Read More...
It is Jubilee Celebrations for the Night Tube 30 - Aug - 2016
With the overwhelming success of the initial services, with the Victoria line and the Central line, TFL has ok’d going forward with making all of the underground lines available at the weekend for 24 hours by the end of the year. Read More...
Holiday Makers to Be Able to View Destinations before Making Travel Plans 29 - Aug - 2016
Expedia is investing in a futuristic technology that allows customers to view places before they make travel plans. Thomas Cook used the technology and the Google cardboard headsets in their retail stores Read More...
Uber Offers up Pre Booking but a Few Hiccups Anticipated Already 27 - Aug - 2016
The first is that the passenger and driver are not paired so it will depend on whether or not there is a driver available. In a minicab, the driver will wait for the passenger for an additional fee. Read More...
Travel Tips Packing for Long Haul Flights 5 - Aug - 2016
Always have a clear toiletry bag prepared with your go-to travel sized products Read More...
Drunks on Planes Spark Government Crackdown on Airport Alcohol Sales 4 - Aug - 2016
New Aviation Minister Lord Ahmad has announced this with the reassurance that he didn’t intend to “kill merriment” but rather seeks to regulate the times passengers could buy alcohol and tighten the rules barring unruly travelers from boarding an air Read More...
The EU Steps in to Arbitrate the Dispute between Norwegian Air and the US Transportation Authority 3 - Aug - 2016
Due to the nature of the offense, the EU has stepped in and will be bringing the dispute to arbitration. After the provisional approval, all parties had three weeks to file an objection. Read More...
Relief for Holidaymakers: British Sterling Still Strong in Europe 18 - Jul - 2016
According to data, European resorts are reducing prices in order to keep their British customers coming. Read More...
How to Reduce Travel Stress in the Current Travel Industry Snarl-ups 28 - Jun - 2016
With all of the current turmoil of the referendum outcome and air traffic control strikes, what you can do to minimize some of your travel stress? Read More...
Norwegian and Ryanair in Talks Over Possible Tie-ins 16 - Jun - 2016
The discussions are focused around who takes care of passengers on certain legs of the journey as well as whom to contact in case something happens or for questions, etc. Read More...
Tower Bridge to Be Closed Down for Repairs 6 - Jun - 2016
The iconic landmark is due for some much-needed repair. Despite the fact that about 21,000 vehicles use the bridge daily, City of London Corporation has said it is very necessary to do so. Read More...
British Airways New Boss Refutes Claims that He Plans to Ryanair-ise the Airline 2 - Jun - 2016
The CEO has stated, in response to the rumours, that there won’t be a strong focus on removing free catering from BA’s short haul flights because it is not what consumers focus on. Read More...
Is Michael O’Leary Irreplaceable at Ryanair? 31 - May - 2016
In the past, Ryanair was known to be customer unfriendly and you knew what you were in for if you flew with them. Read More...
Google to Launch New Payment App with Transport for London Support 21 - May - 2016
The app which is a revamped version of the company’s Google Wallet which used near-field communications (NFC) to send payment information from an Android phone to a contactless terminal Read More...
Ryanair to Speed up Booking with New App 18 - May - 2016
Michael O’Leary has been very vocal about his program “Always Getting Better” and despite low expectations they have been improving. Customers are happier to fly with Ryanair Read More...
British Airways Launches Non-stop Flights From San Jose 16 - May - 2016
British Airways just launched nonstop service from San Jose to London in response to the growing tech industry in London and the need for business and leisure travelers to get to London from the Silicon Valley Read More...
Gatwick sees record growth 9 - May - 2016
With the recent addition of Norwegian air’s long haul flights, the airport is becoming a major hub in the UK’s London aviation market. The airport is also in tight competition with Heathrow for a third runway. Read More...
Ryanair Gives Passengers an App to Vent 3 - May - 2016
The app called Rate My Flight is to serve as a means to gripe and vent for RyanAir passengers. Read More...
Heathrows Pods to be used for Driverless Car Trials 2 - May - 2016
The pods that look like small train carriages will be used in trials of driverless cars in Greenwich as part of the Gateway project by TRL. (Transit Research Laboratory) Read More...
Advertising Standards Authority Bans Back Heathrow Ad 27 - Apr - 2016
You probably have seen this ad ran by a pro third Runway at Heathrow group. Well, the ad has been banned following complaints that the claim that they had majority local support was quite misleading. Read More...
Airline Bosses Weigh-in on Brexit 26 - Apr - 2016
He believes if they do withdraw, it will affect potential business, and make Britain less attractive to other countries that would like to do business with them. Read More...
Luton Airport to Replace Bus Transfer with 1.3 Mile Light Rail 22 - Apr - 2016
The automated rail link running 24 hours a day is expected to make journeys between the airport and Central London much faster compared to the current options available. Read More...
EasyJet and Ryanair Supremacy Battle Rages On 21 - Apr - 2016
It appears EasyJet is beginning to lose the battle of the skies over cheap airlines with Ryanair edging the carrier out with percentage of full capacity and increased sales. Read More...
Drone Hits Aircraft at Heathrow Airport 19 - Apr - 2016
According to British Airways spokesman, the aircraft landed safely despite the incidence, after which it was fully examined and cleared for the next flight. Read More...
US Pre-Clearance to Arrive at UK Airports Soon 18 - Apr - 2016
The idea is to have most of their processing done before departure so they can clear through customs the same as domestic citizens and reduce the time it takes them to go through. Read More...
Alaska Airline  Buys Virgin America 13 - Apr - 2016
Branson’s original purpose in creating Virgin America was to create an airline Americans loved, and he succeeded. With the sales of the airline at $57 a share. Read More...
French Air Traffic Controllers Strikes Spark Outcry 12 - Apr - 2016
Everyone knows the French to be a people of culture, refinement and romance. Depending upon whom you ask, they also have some of the world’s best cuisine. One of the more negative aspects of their culture is the prolific amount of strikes they have. Read More...
Norwegian Air Defies Brexit Fears with Low cost Flights and Expansion Plans 9 - Apr - 2016
With the open skies policy over Europe and the proliferation of flights, and the continuing dropping of prices has made budget airlines the new way to travel, and today, more people than ever are traveling. Read More...
London City Airport Gets Major Facelift 6 - Apr - 2016
Since London City airport’s recent acquisition, they have been very busy with updates. Read More...
London Night Service to Become Reality Soon 5 - Apr - 2016
After announcing that 24-hour tube service would be a possibility, the program was beset with delays and problems. There were union issues, as well as disagreements over salaries, several strikes from the drivers. Read More...
Public Health Fears Emerge in Heathrow 3rd Runway Debate 4 - Apr - 2016
Now that most Brits have returned to the UK after the Easter Holiday, it’s time to turn our heads back to the ongoing saga that is whether or not there will be a third runway at Heathrow. Read More...
Norwegian Air Stirs Up the Cheap Airfare Market 1 - Apr - 2016
In the world of cheap ticket airfares, Ryanair and Easyjet are easily the two most common mentioned names. But they don’t have a market on long haul trips Read More...
London Overground Trains Delayed by Bubble wrap 31 - Mar - 2016
Londoners are accustomed to delays on the tube, often for the usual reasons, signal problems, something on the tracks, medical emergencies, strikes, etc. Who can forget the time the trains were delayed because of sunlight?! Not weird enough? Read More...
Travel Surge despite Brussels Attacks 29 - Mar - 2016
Britons traveled in droves this Easter weekend and the only things of note were the increased police presence at London’s airports as well as some of the major train stations, and international hubs in and out of the country. Read More...
ABTA Warns of Brexit Adverse Effects of on Travel 28 - Mar - 2016
For many in business and leadership positions, there seems to be a consensus that it would be bad for Britain, with negative effects on the economy with a weaker pound, and it could jeopardise travel between the UK and EU. Read More...
stansted flag 27 - Mar - 2016
Stansted Airport, one of London’s most popular smaller airports recently marked the 25’th anniversary of their£400 million terminal. It was during this occasion that outgoing managing Director; Andrew Harrison made known of the milestones achieved Read More...
Ryanair and EasyJet Expansions Trigger Growth at Belfast Airport 26 - Mar - 2016
Ryan Air is set to add 40 additional routes which will see the airport reap more benefits and a huge surge in growth is expected as a result. Read More...
Ryanair Plays Nice and it Pays Off 25 - Mar - 2016
Their monthly growth is at 10% or more and they are on track to reach the 106 million passengers mark this year, up 6% from the same time last year. Read More...
London Prefers Gatwick Expansion to Heathrows 24 - Mar - 2016
According to the independent poll by yougov.com, Gatwick is preferred over Heathrow mainly because of environmental concerns. Read More...
Oyster Cards Work their Magic at Gatwick Station 23 - Mar - 2016
Since the program started January 11th, nearly 180,000 customers have passed through the new electronic gates. Read More...