SHOPPING: Stay warm and most importantly, stylish.
SHOPPING: Stay warm and most importantly, stylish.
‘If anyone asks about where to stay in London, it’s now top of my list’.
Day 4 of Just Stop Oil protests – arrests made Two people who climbed gantries on the M25 have been arrested, as Just Stop Oil
Travel update: The sixth 24-hour tube strike begins – the latest updates on rail lines closed A sixth-24 hour tube strike has begun with nine
Train passengers told to check before travelling on Monday – expect severe disruption despite strikes being called off If you’re travelling on the trains today
The airport was awarded just one star out of five for queues at security gates. The airport was awarded just one star out of
‘It is cheaper to buy an all-inclusive holiday than stay in the UK this winter.’
The Independent says A bomb threat was made on a flight from Iran to China this morning, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has reported.
A strike on Friday by French air traffic control will disrupt travel for tens of thousands of passengers.
The Metro says Flights at Heathrow Airport have been axed so they do not disturb the Queen’s coffin procession this afternoon.
The Independent says a Dutch city has announced it will ban advertising for holiday flights as part of a range of measures to tackle the climate crisis.
Belgian heritage takes its impetus from a variety of sources. The Romans, the French, The Dutch and of course the Germans have all left their
Visit the Palais Royal in Brussels is a must. As tourists, we have this fascination with Royal history and heritage and the Royal residence in
Whether it is for business or pleasure visiting Brussel’s Notre Dame Du Sablon is a must if you are travelling to Belgium. Make the trip!
Bruxelles-National Airport BRU Located in the northeast of the Belgian capital, Brussels Airport or Bruxelles-National Airport is used by more than 22 million visitors annually.
11,587,882 (2021) The Population of Belgium The population of Belgium is 2,110,000 according to the latest census survey by the World Bank in 2021. Belgium
BBC News says British Airways has halted sales of tickets on short-haul flights from Heathrow Airport until 8 August as disruption to air travel continues.
It is like being between a rock and hard place; The rail unions threaten to strike as a last resort whilst the Rail delivery group (indirectly) threaten to create ‘bad press’ for the train drivers.
Chaos in Germany as Lufthansa ( German airline) announced the cancellation of nearly all of its flights in Germany on Wednesday due to strike action.
Boom Supersonic unveils a new Overture supersonic jet to bring back Concorde. It’s been almost 20 years since Concorde flew for the final time. But
Heathrow strikes called off – Hundreds of British Airways workers have voted to accept a new pay deal and call off strike action. The move
Sky News says Heathrow Airport has been accused of trying to maximise profits during a difficult travel period at the expense of airlines.
France weighs return to masks as more uncertainty looms for holiday goers and frustration for the French, who are sick of the restrictions. “The French
The Guardian says AIRLINE PASSENGERS have complained of “total chaos” at Heathrow after the airport made a last-minute order to cancel flights because it could not handle them.
The Independent says AIRPORT MAYHEM gripped terminals again on Sunday as images emerged of customers forced to sleep on floors, surrounded by snaking passenger queues and mountains of abandoned luggage.
The Metro says DOZENS of tourists were allegedly locked in a sweltering airport corridor for an hour, only to find out their flight had been cancelled.
The Metro says STRIKE crisis talks will resume this morning while disruption continues across the network.
BBC News says TRAIN services in Britain will continue to be disrupted on Wednesday as talks resume in a bid to resolve a dispute over jobs, pay and conditions.
Daily Express says AN URGENT drought emergency has been issued in Italy as Lake Como’s levels drop by 16cm in 72 hours.
The Sun says HOLIDAY plans for 1.5MILLION easyJet customers are set to be ruined this summer with the airline reportedly planning to cut 10,000 flights.
The Metro says IF YOU LIVE in London or have to travel to London at any point over the next few days, it’s not likely to be the best week you’ve ever had.
The Sun says EASYJET has warned that it will be cancelling even more flights this summer.
The Independent says Britain’s biggest budget airline has confirmed it will cull hundreds of flights this summer as it struggles with its promised schedule.
The Guardian says Gatwick airport will reduce its summer capacity to ward off potential chaos, after dozens of last-minute cancellations wrecked the travel plans of holidaymakers over the platinum jubilee and half-term holiday.
The Metro says a Ryanair worker commandeered a plane’s tannoy system to slate the company during a flight.
The music executive was involved in the careers of Billy Joel, Cher and Wilson Phillips.
Russia has kept up a relentless bombardment of Ukraine in recent days but possibly not for much longer.
Back to the drawing board for the Three Lions.
Gunshots can be heard in a video shared on social media as the stadium is evacuated.