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Almost half of business travelers have revealed that their employers have stopped their First Class travel spending. This news comes despite the fact that 86 percent of business passengers admitted to being more productive when traveling in First Class. Fifty nine percent of people said that they were inclined not to work if their businesses […]

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It now appears that international flights to Indonesia were canceled after the biggest eruption of Mount Merapi volcano in over a century. The flights were canceled after ash spewed into the sky, making travel dangerous for planes. So far, this eruption of ash, rock, and lava has killed some 138 people in the past two […]

Ryanair to Increase Fares by Almost 10 Percent

Posted on: November 2nd, 2010 Posted by
on the road

Just recently, Ryanair raised its full year profit targets after the budget airline said that passengers will pay more for their fares this winter than what was previously expected. Thus, with people paying more, it is pretty obvious why the company reported that it will be making more. The report went on to say that […]

toy cars

Just recently, three people have been pronounced dead after a helicopter crashed into the mountains in Northern Ireland. The small aircraft, which is thought to be civilian, came down in the Mourne Mountains in Co Down. As of right now, it has still not been confirmed how many people were on the helicopter. Either way, […]

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It is now a happy day after reports show that all of the miners that were trapped underground in San Jose, Chile have been rescued. These 33 miners had been trapped in an underground mine for 69 days. Reports have gone on to show that this massive rescue was completed in less time than what […]

France Issues Its Own Terror Alert for the UK

Posted on: October 7th, 2010 Posted by
pumps

Right now it seems that countries are pointing their figures back and forth where they think that the next terror attack is going to be. Just recently the United States, the UK, Australia, and others put out a travel warnings for big cities in Europe. Now, France has turned around and issued a travel warning […]

Spain Prepares for Travel Chaos

Posted on: September 29th, 2010 Posted by
flightcall

Apparently, Spain is currently bracing itself for a 24-hour general strike today (Wednesday). Up to two-thirds of all international flights are going to be canceled, according to reports. This is going to be the country’s first general strike in eight years. It will cause travel problems for thousands of tourists and other travelers flying to […]

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Just recently, Sixt announced a very special end of summer sale. People looking for car hire will be able to enjoy savings up of to 20 percent on Sixt’s popular Spanish locations. This includes such places as Palma Majorca Airport, Malaga Airport and Alicante Airport. This sale is going to include all of the Sixt […]

UK Tourism Takes Another Hit

Posted on: September 13th, 2010 Posted by
the car in front

According to reports, consumer caution has led to the number of Brits taking overseas holidays in the first seven months of this year to fall. In fact, reports show that Brits that took overseas holidays fell by 8 percent compared to the same period last year. This news comes by way of figures form the […]

Egypt Air Chooses to Embrace In-flight Internet

Posted on: September 3rd, 2010 Posted by
toy cars

According to recent reports, Egypt Air has now become the latest airline in the region to offer in-flight connectivity for its many passengers. This flag carrier has chosen to equip its latest A330-300 with this latest technology. It will allow all of its passengers to use things like SMS, GPRS and GSM on their mobile […]