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Sometimes I wonder whether airports are designed to make travel so unpleasant that, in comparison, your time away will seem all the more enjoyable. Or maybe I’ve just always had terrible airport luck. Either way, the run-up to me ordering that first G&T of the holiday from my cattle-class window [...]

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As a regular traveller from Manchester Airport, I find it pretty tough dealing with their flimsy free Wi-Fi offering. In modern society, whether you want to work or just interact with friends on social media, Wi-Fi has become something of a staple, a requirement in everyday life. Contrast Manchester with Qatar’s new [...]

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Ryanair in the past have had a pretty bad reputation, often called the world’s most hated airline and many sites are dedicated to encourage hostility towards the airline. However, recently they have made a big shift in the way in which they operate and are working hard to change their brand’s image, which in [...]

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  Do you think you know where to find the cheapest flights? Fly.com has compared fares for a range of destinations including Barcelona, Amsterdam, Dalaman, Rome, Paris, New York, Tenerife, Dublin, Sydney, Dubai and Bangkok based on prices from online travel agencies (OTAs). We challenge you to find cheaper. (Prices are [...]

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Budget airlines are opening new routes with every season, giving travellers the chance to discover both little-known and ever-popular destinations across Europe. Here, we look at how the budget airlines compare on routes, costs of extras and ease of check-in. Departure points The two big-hitters in the UK are easyJet [...]

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Travelzoo Explains the Anatomy of a Flight Ticket and Why Plummeting Oil Prices Won’t Immediately Benefit UK Consumers. Chancellor George Osborne announced this week that the five year low cost of oil should be passed on to the consumer via lower flight prices, sparking much debate about potential cost reductions [...]

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Miami is known for year-round sun, white beaches and wild parties, but there’s a lot more to experience in this vibrant city. I enjoyed my time, relaxing on beautiful South Beach, but I wanted to get to know more of the city, learn about its history, food and multicultural heritage. [...]

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Foreigners tend to think that Manhattan and New York City are one and the same, but there are four other boroughs — Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island and Brooklyn — that help make up this great metropolis. Call it borough pride (I was born and raised in Queens), but here are [...]

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Boston shouldn’t be in New York City’s shadow. Whether you’re looking for a weekend away or something longer, Boston should be in your thoughts just as much as the Big Apple. This city’s got a lot to offer, and many quirks, [...]

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Digg have made a cool presentation on how to beat jet lag and why it happens. Click on the drawing below to start going through the slideshow. Enjoy! How To Beat Jet Lag (And Why It Happens) by Digg Fly.com Updates Here are a few ways to stay connected with us: [...]

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