Complimentary Qantas Chauffeur Drive Service

The Qantas Chauffeur Drive service is available for all customers travelling in First and Business class on flights between Australia, London, Dubai, and on selected Australian domestic routes. The service is also available at great rates to other travellers to and from Australian airports.

You will be met by a luxury chauffeured vehicle and driven to the airport to meet your flight. On arrival at your destination, you will be met by another chauffeur service and driven to your hotel, office or home. The Chauffeur Drive service can be booked up to 48 hours prior to departure.

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More Choice between London and New York with Virgin Atlantic and Delta

The partnership between Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines means more choice between London and New York, with ten daily services now available between London Heathrow and New York JFK and Newark. Take a luxurious Upper Class city break to New York and you'll arrive perfectly rested for whatever the Big Apple has in store for you. Indulge yourself with fine dining, enjoy a drink at the onboard bar or lay back on your fully flat Upper Class bed.

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Introducing Burleigh Court: VisitEngland Large Hotel of the Year 2014-15

imago venues

Loughborough University's conference and hospitality brand, imago, offers an unrivalled portfolio of award-winning venues, right in the heart of the UK. Venues include Burleigh Court, Holywell Park, The Link Hotel and Loughborough University Campus.

imago to Launch Insightful Research Report

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British Airways New On Business Programme

British Airways have re-launched their enhanced On Business loyalty programme for small and medium-sized businesses. New benefits include the ability to earn and spend On Business points across American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia, a new tiered structure, access to exclusive rewards and discounts, and the ability to earn personal Avios on qualifying flights.

The new British Airways On Business offers customers the chance to:

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Self Service Speeds up Passport Control at JFK

Automated Passport Control (APC) has been introduced at American Airlines Terminal 8 at New York's JFK Airport. Customers from Visa Waiver Countries, ESTA and Lawful Permanent Residents can speed through the U.S. Customs and Border Protection process by utilising a self-service kiosk.

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Over Half a Million More Seats for SAS this Winter

The SAS winter program will introduce new routes and increase frequencies to offer customers over half a million more seats during the coming winter season than last year. SAS has opened a total of 13 new routes in 2015 and is also set to launch several more new routes, continuing a number of its most attractive summer destinations and increasing the number of departures on popular routes. The SAS winter program will gradually come into force from late October.

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SAS Scandinavian Airlines New Dining Options

SAS Scandinavian Airlines have enhanced their onboard service concept to improve the food experience on board, and to clarify the difference between SAS Go and SAS Plus. The changes will affect passengers in SAS Go, SAS Plus and SAS Business travelling on domestic, Scandinavian, European and intercontinental routes.
Main Changes:
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Growth on Wizz Air Polish Routes

Wizz Air have announced an increase in flights to Poland from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. Flights to Katowice will grow from four weekly flights to five from the 29th March 2015, and the Poznan route to grow from three weekly to four from the 21st May 2015. Wizz Air will also increase the number of flights to Riga and Vilnius which will come into effect from April 2015.

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Blackpool International Airport Closes

The final commercial flight has left the now-closed Blackpool International Airport. Owners Balfour Beatty, which bought the site in 2008, put it up for sale in August following several years of losses, but no buyer has been found. Blackpool International Airport roots began back in 1909 as Squires Gate Airfield and grew in popularity in the 1950's with domestic routes to the Isle of Man, Manchester, London, Leeds, Birmingham, Southport and Glasgow.

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Ebola Crisis: Air Travel is Low Risk

The World Health Organization has said the risk of transmission of Ebola during air travel remains low because unlike infections such as influenza, Ebola is not airborne.

Kenya Airways has rejected pressure to suspend its flights to the Ebola-hit states of West Africa where more than 1,000 people have died of the virus this year.

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