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Border Agency strike could cause delays at airports and ports

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 7:38 Comments Off on Border Agency strike could cause delays at airports and ports




Visitors to the UK today, 30 November 2011, could experience disruption and delays due to border agency staff joining other public sector workers in strike action over pension reforms. Ports and airports are set to be affected with Gatwick warning of ‘significant delays’ and Heathrow has contacted airlines requesting that they reduce load factors to […]






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Top 12 travel products unveiled at Heathrow Airport

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 10:01 Comments Off on Top 12 travel products unveiled at Heathrow Airport




Everyone like to buy new things for their holidays and we all have our favourite travel products, but have you ever stopped to think what items are regarded as ‘must haves’ for travel? If you’re travelling through Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 this month you can see the winners of the 2010 Heathrow Travel Product Awards […]






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British Airways strike: expanded flight schedule announced

Friday, March 26, 2010 9:04 Comments Off on British Airways strike: expanded flight schedule announced




British Airways has announced its flight schedule for the next strike period – an expanded schedule due to an increase in non-striking cabin crew staff. During the next strike period of 27 – 30 March the airline will operate: All flights to and from London City Airport All flights to and from Gatwick Airport At […]






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BA unveils strike contingency plans

Tuesday, March 16, 2010 15:48 Comments Off on BA unveils strike contingency plans




If your plans appear to be up in the air because of the proposed strike by British Airways cabin crew, don’t panic just yet as the airline has plans to operate around 60% of its flights should the planed strike action go ahead on 20, 21, 22 March. Flights unaffected by the proposed strike include: […]






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