SkyPriority by Air France

Enjoy priority access every step of the way at more than 1,000 airports within the SkyTeam network, from check-in, baggage drop-off and delivery, to security and boarding with SkyPriority. If you are eligible for, the SkyPriority logo will appear on your boarding pass, simply follow the signs at the airport.

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Whatever your destination, Go Native

Go Native provide business and leisure travellers with the most exciting selection of serviced apartments across the UK and in a growing number of European and US cities.

Serviced apartments are ideal for anyone needing somewhere to stay for a night, a week, a month or as long as you wish.  If you rate space, privacy and independence, you’ll love the experience.

Go Native and you’ll also get the neighbourhood included. This means that Go Native will tell you all you need to know about the surrounding area, so you’ll be living like a local in no time.

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Proposed changes to passport application fees

The Home Office has outlined plans to introduce different passport fees for online and postal applications as part of its push to increase the use of online services. 
Under the plans, online applications, which are available to all UK-based applicants, will increase in line with inflation, taking the total from £72.50 to £75.50 for adults and £49 for children.

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British Airways enhances World Traveller dining

Customers can now enjoy an exciting and expanded new menu following British Airways multi-million pound investment, providing more quantity and quality to both meals and great snacking options throughout the flight. The improvements include:

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SAS summer 2018 routes

SAS continues to expand its services to and from Scandinavia with the launch of 27 new non-stop routes to be served from several of its hubs. The seasonal summer 2018 schedule also includes five new destinations on SAS´s route map; Verona, Sarajevo, Genoa, Toulon and Beirut.

SAS is giving its customers more access to popular destinations with expanded summer services to Portugal, Spain, Croatia and Italy. SAS' seasonal summer 2018 routes will offer 114 destinations from Denmark, Norway and Sweden and 1.3 million additional seats for travellers.

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Ladies who lunch at Dakota

Dakota Deluxe (Leeds) is delighted to announce the launch of a new series of events ‘Ladies who lunch at Dakota’, the first of which premiered this week.
A welcome glass of fizz on arrival, followed by a two course lunch in the Grill was served to the ladies in attendance. The luncheon is the perfect place to network, meet new friends, or simply relax in the company of one of the fabulous guest speakers lined up. The first event included Claire Young from BBC The Apprentice, there to entertain as a guest speaker in the Salon Prive.

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American Airlines new Premium Economy

You can now travel in Premium Economy on select international routes with American Airlines on their new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and Airbus A350 fleet. American Airlines will continue to add Premium Economy to additional routes and their existing fleet of Boeing 777-300ERs, 777-200ERs, 787-8s and Airbus A330s over the next two years.

Premium Economy features:

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Star Alliance enhances globetrotting product

A globetrotting trip, stopping only at two destinations for at least 24 hours, is now possible using selected Star Alliance Round the World fares. A minimum of three stopovers was previously required for this type of ticket. This change increases the number of itineraries available for travel on the Star Alliance network.

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British Airways biggest ever Gatwick summer schedule

British Airways has announced its biggest Gatwick summer schedule in almost 10 years with more than 150 additional weekly flights added from the airport for summer 2018.

Weekly flights to Malaga will be boosted from 27 to 35, Alicante from 14 to 22 and Faro from 17 to 21, while the airline's summer flights to Tenerife will increase from six per week to 13. Madeira will be bolstered from six to nine per week and Lanzarote will rise from three to five flights per week.

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China Airlines expand Australian connections

China Airlines have increased their Taipei to Sydney route to two daily services and their Taipei to Auckland via Brisbane route to a daily service.

This move, thanks to the recent Australia Open Skies agreement, connects Oceania with Europe by providing seamless transit connections and offers customers with great flexibility and options.

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