Posts Tagged ‘ Monarch Airlines ’

The end of Monarch?

Oct 2nd, 2017 | By
Image of a Monarch plane

Update: 3/10/2017. Yesterday 12,000 people were returned to the UK on planes chartered by the CAA. A similar number are expected today. Most returning passengers say the systems for getting holidaymakers back home is working.



Saturday snippets: 17th January 2015

Jan 17th, 2015 | By
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It has been a week of anniversary days from Bubble Bath to Menorca but did you know next week was World Travel Week?



Saturday snippets: 25th October 2014

Oct 25th, 2014 | By

In just over a week’s time, on November 3rd, the new Metrolink service from Manchester Airport will open more than 12 months in advance of the planned date. This nine mile extension to the network runs from St Werburgh’s Road stop in Chorlton through Sale and Wythenshawe to the airport. Next weekend on November 1st, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) will be at Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent to publicise the country, its culture, food and tourism opportu nities for visitors. It does so on
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Hurry up! The Ski Lucky Draw of the year is closing soon

Oct 13th, 2012 | By

In a bid to attract more new UK skiers, Les 3 Vallées in France (the world’s largest ski area, settled in the French Alps), has launched its Easy Rider campaign



Breaking the Mould

Jun 2nd, 2011 | By

Following on from the story about the amount of money that airlines make from add-ons, known as ancillary revenue, it makes a pleasant change to write that one airline, Monarch, has taken a different path from others and decided to cut the cost of using a debit card to pay for flights to nothing. Yes that’s right; there will be no charges added to your bill if you use a debit card to pay for any airline tickets if you book on Monarch.