JetBlue Vacations’ office souvenir range reminds us why we need to take a vacation

The popular online booking website Expedia recently conducted a survey which indicated that 91% of adults feel some of their best memories in life come from taking a holiday, which I wouldn’t argue with. JetBlue Vacations think that this is very important and I do too. In the modern day where we all seem to […]

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Traveller Trends by the Numbers with Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand have recently begun their new financial year, so the airline decided to release some key customer metrics from the past twelve months; which made for some interesting reading into travellers’ preferences and habits. So, here are some traveller trends from passengers flying with Air New Zealand. #AirNZTravellerTrends Between the 1st of July […]

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LEVEL to expand fleet with three new aircraft

Today International Airlines Group (IAG) announced they are converting three Airbus A330-200 aircraft options into confirmed orders for LEVEL, the low-cost long-haul airline which began operating from Barcelona at the beginning of June. This is great news for the aviation industry, as LEVEL will be able to expand to fly passengers to more destinations across […]

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All new Minnie Van service coming to Walt Disney World

Wrapping up this week’s coverage from the D23 Expo, today’s announcement focuses on something away from the parks, but a new service which will make getting around the Walt Disney World resort a lot of fun. Minnie Vans! At the very recent D23 Expo in Anaheim, California; Bob Chapek – Chairman of Walt Disney Parks […]

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Walt Disney World News: Ratatouille is coming to EPCOT!

Bonjour Everyone! Today I have some rather exciting news to share. At the past weekend’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, California – Bob Chapek, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts announced that a new “Ratatouille”– inspired attraction will be coming to EPCOT! This rumour has been going around in the Disney community for an incredibly long time. […]

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British Airways Unveil New Safety Video

The very well known airline British Airways have unveiled a brand new preflight safety video which features a number of well-known personalities including Sir Ian Mckellen, Warwick Davis and Chef Gordon Ramsay to name a few. Let’s take a look! #BritishAirwaysSafetyVideo The current British Airways preflight safety video has been in use for the past […]

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Review – World Traveller Plus with British Airways

I recently had the opportunity to fly with British Airways from London Gatwick to Oakland, California in World Traveller Plus. That’s the brand name for the carriers’ Premium Economy cabin. If you didn’t know, Oakland is a smaller airport in the Bay Area which is in a great location to nearby San Francisco, San Jose […]

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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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