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The Future’s Bright, the Future’s...BLUE!

For anyone wondering what the tube stations of the future are going to look like we have a little glimpse of what you can expect.

London-based group ‘Studio Egret West’ have unveiled designs that represent London’s rich heritage and contemporary culture along with simple clean uncluttered spaces. The aim they say is to create an ‘uplifting and inspiring’ customer journey.

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Time to Fly: Can the Smart Watch Revolutionise the Way We Travel?

In just four months the use of the British Airways Apple Watch app has quadrupled.

Travellers are embracing technology when travelling, so in response British Airways are introducing new scanners to make things quicker and easier for their customers.

BA passengers with the Apple Watch will be able to simply slide their wrist under the new ‘Scan and Go’ devices and hey presto! It will scan their boarding pass and print off their bag tags.

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Sharm el-Sheikh Cancellations Update

All airlines are waiting for the British Government to announce when it will be safe for flights to Sharm el-Sheikh to operate. Regular passenger services from the UK have been suspended since the 5th November when it was discovered terrorists had smuggled a bomb onto a Russian holiday flight from the resort, causing it to crash.

EasyJet and Monarch have suspended flights until the 6th January in the expectation the Government will give them the go ahead to relaunch services shortly.

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East Midlands Trains Corporate Christmas Discount Offer

The East Midlands Trains (EMT) corporate deals are back for the festive period! With Christmas fast approaching East Midlands Trains are offering a 20% discount on First Anytime Return tickets. The offer is valid on East Midlands Trains routes to/from London for travel from now until the 16th January 2016. Offer only available through your travel management company. Please contact us for more information or to book.

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Travel Warning: Forth Bridge Closure

Travellers using the Forth Bridge face major disruption following a decision to close the Forth Road Bridge until the new year. Transport minister Derek Mackay said structural faults would take at least three weeks to repair and safety was 'paramount'.

Inspections last week found a 20mm-wide crack in a truss under the southbound carriageway close to the bridge's north tower. The 51-year-old bridge is due to be replaced by a new crossing in about 12 months. Repair work is weather dependent and would be followed by a further week of tests and inspections.

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Edinburgh Airport News

Sixth consecutive 'one million passenger month' for Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport welcomed passenger figures for the month of October with 1,004,439 passengers through its doors - meaning a sixth consecutive month with over one million passengers. October’s passenger figures show a 9.7 per cent increase from the same month last year and reach similar levels to the height of summer of two years ago when in July 2013 Edinburgh Airport hit its first 1 million passenger month.

What's New at Edinburgh Airport: Flutes and Tails - The Champagne Bar

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Feel More at Home When You Travel on Business

As any frequent traveller will tell you, being on the road all the time comes with a unique set of pros and cons. The obvious cons being time away from family and friends. You might miss the little things such as your favourite TV show, or the great British weather, ok so no one misses that, but when you spend a lot of time away it’s easy to feel lonely, like you’re always a stranger in town. So with this in mind we thought we would suggest some ways to make yourself feel more at home when travelling on business.

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Now is the Time to Plan Your New Year's Eve Destination

As we enter the final month of 2015 deciding on where to spend the final few hours of the year is no easy decision. You might have decided to celebrate at a house party, with family and friends. Others may prefer to celebrate the beginning of the New Year at a black tie gala, or ball. Whatever your preference, as always there will be no shortage of options to choose from. Anyone with a TV can watch the celebrations unfolding in London and Edinburgh. Enjoy the spectacular fireworks from the warmth and comfort of your own home.

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Machine Readable Passports Required for Travel

Some countries now require customers to be travelling with a machine readable passport. It has been confirmed that South Africa, India and Colombia are imposing this requirement, among other countries. Customers should be advised to check with the embassy of the country to which they are travelling on the specific passport requirements. Non-compliance to each country’s specific requirements can result in customers being denied boarding.

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New British Airways Fast Track Entrance at Heathrow Terminal 5

British Airways Fast Track customers departing from London Heathrow Terminal 5 can now use a new dedicated entrance to the left of North Security. This new facility offers a more seamless security process for premium customers, and leads directly in to the North Fast Track security lanes.

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