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Incheon airport, South Korea Spotlight

Improving airport customer service

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That two British airports are making the effort to reach level 4 status demonstrates they still have customer service and satisfaction at the top of their thinking.

Cutting domestic flights


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A move by the French Assembly to ban domestic flights under two-and-a-half hours will have an effect if it finally passes into law.

Why have a British tourism minister?


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We have in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office individual ministers covering the Middle East and Africa, Africa, South Asia and the Commonwealth, Asia, the Pacific.

Is virtual reality a fad?


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Maybe the time has come for VR. Just not for grouches like me who prefer the real thing.

Umbrellas and worry beads


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What do you think people returning from the UK have taken home as a souvenir?

The overseas travel rules


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Now that the government’s Global Travel Taskforce has reported, the news is not what many would have liked to hear.

Holiday traffic lights


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In effect you should only travel to “green” countries unless you can afford to miss work for ten days by being quarantined.

Cheaper fares across the pond?


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“Aceman” said that on his jetBlue flight a tannoy message made reference to London flights starting later this year.

Visit now while crowds stay away


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Go out and visit when you are able. The attractions need as much support to continue their work as they can gather.

Camel watching in Qatar


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Today camels perform a more modern role; as an important contributor’s to Qatar’s tourism.

Whale watching off Tenerife


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grey whale in between two tourist boats

The area has also been awarded Responsible Watching certification, a distinction granted by the World Cetacean Alliance

Tolo for a summer break


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Tolo will appeal to a variety of holidaymakers. Being largely undeveloped, bragging rights for those who travel will appeal to some

Who hasn’t been on a pier?


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A promotion under a new coastal booking combine – England’s Coast – is reminding us just how important piers have been and should still be

Travelling abroad after May 17th


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I was more optimistic about overseas travel a month or so ago. Now I think a domestic holiday is a more relaxing option.

The crowded British coastline


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It is beginning to look like cruise companies have decided that the UK represents a goldmine (or lifeline) for their business in the early summer.

Having a happy Easter


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A happy Easter will be one where we folow the rules otherwise lockdowns might last even longer.

Will May 17th be the day?


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image of Rhossili in Gower

Could it be that they are planning to say on the 5th that the May 17th date which was seen as the earliest day we could travel abroad is now to be pushed back into June or later?