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    Insensitive Air India

    Footage Shows Staff Refusing To Let Passengers Board A video has circulated on social media showing Air India staff refusing to let distressed passengers on board. The video, which has had 29,000 shares so far, shows staff barely reacting as...

    A Virtual Journey

    Australian Carrier to Introduce Virtual Reality Headsets Australian airline, Qantas, will present passengers with Samsung’s Virtual Reality Headsets, Gear VR. Premium passengers will be able to use the instrument on some long distance flights. A three month trial will occur...

    Renovations Cause Chaos

    Disruptions Due To Paradise CircusTravel chaos across Birmingham is set to continue as major renovations around Paradise Circus starts. The project, which is estimated to be worth £500M and covering areas between Centenary Square and Chamberlain Square,...

    Rail Fares Go Up

    Planned Rail Improvements Cause IncreasePassengers using National Rail will see a 2.5% in their fare. On a trip to Birmingham’s New Street Station, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin explained further rail improvements were the reason for the rise. “We are...

    Ebola Screening to be Reviewed

    Airports are “Inadequately Prepared” Public Health England (PHE) is undertaking an airport review following the confirmed case of Ebola in a healthcare worker returning from Sierra Leone. Pauline Cafferkey, a nurse from Glasgow, had been a passenger on flight AT596...

    Misery for Rail Passengers

    More Delays Expected With Train ServiceAngry train passengers have reacted with fury after being stranded at train stations for hours, a on-going problem across the country. Mark Carne, chief executive, has made the following statement:"While we have completed...

    Birmingham Airport Backs Gatwick Expansion

    Growth At Gatwick Will Support Demand For Greater Connectivity The CEOs of Birmingham Airport and Gatwick Airport have for the first time joined together to call on the Airports Commission to ensure any new runway developments promote competition and choice...

    Holiday Fears As Passports Get Delayed

    'Unprecedented Demand'The Passport Office is dealing with the highest demand for passports in 12 years and has issued over three million passports so far in 2014. However, demand continues to be high, and recognising people’s understandable concerns about possible...

    New Zealand Holidays for British Muslims

    By Tour Operator Serendipity Tailormade Trailblazing travel and tour operator Serendipity Tailormade who are putting New Zealand within firm reach of British Muslim’s for the first time, being the only UK based company to offer halal friendly holidays to a...

    Honeymoon Travels

    Destinations Which Are Popular Amongst South Asian Couples   To honeymoon or not to honeymoon…that is the question.   Gone is the tradition of having a conventional conservative wedding. The 21st has brought many customs to the Asian culture with many youngsters...