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Electronic Devices Banned From The Cabin On Certain UK-Bound Flights

Following the news that President Trump has banned large electronic devices on all in-bound US flights from 10 countries in the Middle East, the UK has now followed suit.  That means if you’re flying to the UK direct from one of the six affected countries – Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia...

Plans To Introduce Safety Ratings For Tourist Hotspots

Newly unveiled measures to introduce safety ratings for tourist hotspots mean that finding the right destination for you is going to be made even easier.  The top dogs in travel unveiled their plans for a safety rating system last week, set to be implemented across the industry in a bid to...

Ryanair launches exciting new routes for winter 2017 from Cork to Copenhagen

Fancy topping up your tan in Tenerife or sipping a coffee as you stroll through Copenhagen? With more than 140 routes to choose from, Ryanair’s newly released winter 2017 schedule is sure to get that wanderlust pumping. The daffodils and sunshine may only just be making an appearance, but with Ryanair’s...

Bye Bye Boarding Pass! Airport Trials Facial Recognition

  Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is trialling new facial recognition technology that could bid a fond farewell to the humble boarding pass. It may sound high-tech, but passengers will simply need to scan their face before they get on the plane, alleviating the need for any documentation while drastically reducing airport queues.  Travellers...

Ryanair 'too nice' for their own good as passengers flout their cabin baggage rules

Have you ever tried to sneak an extra big bag onto a flight? Low-cost airline Ryanair is claiming that it has been a “victim of its own niceness” due to passengers trying to slip by with more than their allocated allowance – and it’s time to stop!  Up until 2013, Ryanair...

Home Office To Update Its Passport Application Process

Reapplying for a passport can be a longwinded process. Whether it’s the endless pages of forms to fill in, or locating your nearest photo booth and spending 20 minutes trying to get an approvable shot, by the end you usually need a holiday!  Luckily, the Home Office has updated its regulations...

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