Fast Track Security: Is it worth paying extra?

Getting through security at the airport can either be hit or miss. You’ll either breeze through with no trouble at all, or you’ll be waiting for what seems like an eternity to pass through and get to the departures area. If you’re flying in a Premium Cabin or you are in one of the higher […]

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Tried + Tested: Self-Service Boarding Gates

  In April this year, British Airways became the first airline in the UK to implement automated biometric technology throughout London Heathrow Terminal 5 with the launch of self-service boarding gates. I know what you’re thinking; it is yet another piece of technology which is taking over a manual process – but I think it […]

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Discovering a #BetterWayToFly with Air New Zealand

Today I happened to be in London for meetings and I took the opportunity to cross the city and head on to Soho to the Unit London Gallery where a rather unique event was taking place named This Is How We Fly. Multi-award winning airline Air New Zealand has brought their inflight experience to Londoners in […]

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Today is the day: Airlines move locations at Gatwick

After two years of planning, today is they day where Gatwick Airport Limit finally have their wish granted. easyJet are now operating solely out of the North Terminal. Previously, the low-cost carrier has split its operation between both the North and South Terminals, which often caused confusion for passengers and was quite an expensive business. […]

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Photo of the week: Star Alliance Lounge LAX Outdoor Terrace

Today’s photo of the week is of the gorgeous outdoor terrace which you’ll find within the Star Alliance Business Class Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport. Commanding views towards the Hollywood Hills, the Star Alliance Lounge at the Tom Bradley International Terminal’s outdoor terrace was the first outdoor lounge space to open at LAX and […]

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British Airways launches “M&S Onboard” Catering

Today is the day that many passengers have been looking forward to, or the complete opposite. British Airways have completely revamped their short-haul catering proposition and have brought in the upmarket supermarket chain M&S whom will be providing a buy-on-board offering to customers seated in the Euro Traveller cabin. BA’s short-haul product has always been […]

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Tried + Tested: Mobile Check In with Air New Zealand

A few years ago, passengers would need to stand in a queue at the airport to check-in for their flight a couple of hours prior to departure. Today, we are able to check-in remotely up to 24-hours before – which saves precious time on the day. The simplicity of online/mobile check-in is fantastic and its something […]

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A few thoughts on airline seating

The grand old topic of Airline Seating really does seem to stir up emotions; and I am sure this post will contribute to that. For years now, many airlines have seen the opportunity to gain purely additional revenue by charging customers to select their desired seats in advance of when online check-in opens. Of course […]

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My Experience of Global Entry

I recently took the plunge and signed up to Global Entry, a programme which was created by the U.S. Government that gives pre-approved clearance to low-risk travellers entering the country. Basically, you are expedited through immigration and customers, which we all know can take quite a while at airports like JFK, MIA and LAX to name a […]

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Tried + Tested: Mobile Check In with Air New Zealand

A few years ago, passengers would need to stand in a queue at the airport to check-in for their flight a couple of hours prior to departure. Today, we are able to check-in remotely up to 24-hours before – which saves precious time on the day. The simplicity of online/mobile check-in is fantastic and its something […]

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