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Ryanair could face a series of summer strikes unless it improves its treatment of staff: that is the warning from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF). The federation, which represents cabin crew working for Ryanair across Europe and North Africa, has convened a meeting at the airline’s home city, Dublin.  A group called Cabin Crew
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The Chinese Embassy in Washington has published a statement warning its citizens about the dangers of travelling to the United States. The statement, which was posted on the Embassy’s official website, warns travellers to the US that “shooting, robbery, and theft are frequent” and that tourists should “be alert to suspicious people around you.” Travellers
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The EU has lifted its ban on Indonesian airlines flying in the skies above Europe following improvements to aviation safety standards in the southeast Asian country. In 2007 all Indonesian carriers were placed on the EU Air Safety List, a blacklist of airlines that fall short of the EU’s international safety standards. The archipelago has
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Holidaymakers heading to Corfu this summer are concerned that their trips could be ruined by the island’s mounting rubbish crisis. There have been rumours that tour operators were offering alternative resort arrangements after travellers to the Mediterranean island complained of mountains of uncollected waste littering the roadsides, unpleasant smells and swarms of flies. Corfu has
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Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge I was lured by gorillas and volcanoes. Thanks to torrential downpours—which made trekking all but impossible and the peaks of the mighty Virungas, a chain of 15,000-feet volcanoes stretching through Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, all but invisible—I got neither. My stay was lovely anyway. Even
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Angela hiking through the stunning Himalayas © Angela Tinson Angela Tinson, Associate Product Director in Lonely Planet’s Dublin office, recently returned from a trip to Nepal. Tell us more… Two friends and I recently hiked the Manaslu Circuit in the Nepal Himalaya. It’s a teahouse trek, meaning you mostly hike from village to village, staying
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Lonely Planet Pathfinder Jessica Palmer of travelwithjess.com recently spent three weeks exploring the Cook Islands with her young family, feeling the sand between their toes and soaking up the wild, windswept surroundings. I set out to explore not only the two most visited islands in the Cooks – Rarotonga and Aitutaki, but also two of
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Do you know who New York’s Idlewild Airport was renamed after? Or which country has the peacock as its national bird? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the July edition of our monthly travel quiz, based around stories featuring in this month’s Lonely Planet magazine. Can you score 100%? Take the quiz Desperate for
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