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Football fans are being warning to steer clear of fake and illegal holiday packages for the upcoming Champions League and Europa League finals. The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a campaign to raise awareness of potential pitfalls, advising those travelling to Madrid and Baku to be careful when booking a trip. Unscrupulous companies
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Jet2.com will become the first UK airline to serve Nando’s food onboard when it starts selling two snack boxes this summer. Fliers loathe to miss out on their peri-peri fix at 35,000ft can tuck into a Nando’s Box, which couples peri-peri drizzled hummus with salted pitta chips. The other “flight bites” option is Nando’s Half-popped Corn,
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Marrakesh’s hotel scene is constantly changing – helped by more than 1,000 riad hotels squeezed in among the narrow alleyways and souks of the Medina neighbourhood. These mini-Edens – all with a central courtyard garden (where the word “riad” comes from) – have been mushrooming in the Medina, veering between simplicity and no-holds-barred luxury. Then there’s
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Dusk is falling and the cobbled streets of Roscoff are buzzing with Brits sitting on restaurant terraces, sipping their last glasses of heady Breton cider and hoovering up creamy moules-frites before it’s time to get the boat back to Britain. For most people, this is all they see of this pretty seaside town before heading
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Budapest is one of Europe’s cheaper city break destinations, but just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you need to slum it. If you’re searching for inspiration for a fun place to stay in Budapest without breaking the bank, here are the city’s best budget hotel rooms. left Created with Sketch. right Created with
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Operation Monarch was a remarkable logistical achievement. After the airline collapsed in October 2017, with debts of almost half a billion pounds, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) mounted a rescue mission aimed at bringing every passenger back more or less at the expected time. The CAA HQ in London’s Kingsway became the base of a “shadow
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Rail passengers using Stratford-upon-Avon, Ipswich and Norwich are among the winners in the next round of train timetable changes. The expanded schedules take effect from Sunday 19 May, with the rail industry promising “1,000 extra services per week in the new timetable, with extra stops and longer trains too”. East Anglia, once described as “cut
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Eighty years ago, as the war clouds gathered over Europe, George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, embarked on a three-week tour of Canada. The couple boarded a special royal train with gold-plated telephones, a lounge and bedrooms for a coast-to-coast trip designed to strengthen the bond between mother country and First Dominion at
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An aircraft has skidded off the runway in Myanmar, breaking into pieces in the process. The Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight was carrying an estimated 33 people, four of whom were injured in the crash. The Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 aircraft departed Bangladesh’s Dhaka-Srahjalal International Airport this afternoon before its rocky landing at Myanmar’s Yangon International Airport. We’ll
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