Qatar Airways Sydney and Adelaide bonus Qmiles offer

Fly to Sydney daily with the World’s Best Airline starting March 2016, and Adelaide starting May 2016. Experience the delights of Australia, with daily connections from London, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh via Doha to Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Adelaide. Plus, if you become a member of Qatar Airways Privilege Club you could earn up to 20,000 bonus QMiles when flying to Sydney or Adelaide during the launch period.

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Air France KLM WoW Sale: 5th-8th February

Air France KLM have just released details of their weekend sale. (These fares are only available this weekend) Fares start from just £34 for return flights to Muscat and look at some of their other exciting destinations… Fly to New York and take a bite out of the Big Apple from just £66, or visit Chinas giant pandas in Chengdu from only £59 With fares as low as these we’re sure flights will be filling up quickly, so call our Traveleads team today to check availability and confirm you flights.

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Cathay Pacific Manchester 'Escape Lounge' access unavailable

Manchester Airport’s 'Escape Lounge' in Terminal 2 will be undergoing refurbishment between the 1st February and the 31st March 2016. During this time lounge access will not be available for passengers travelling on Cathay Pacific flights. In lieu of lounge access, eligible members and passengers will be offered a £15 cash voucher for use in a selection of restaurants and bars in Terminal 2 following security clearance, in addition to complimentary Wi-Fi service for the day of travel. If you require further information please call your Traveleads teams on 0113 245 7745 or 0131 718 4000.

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Air France KLM from Glasgow to the World

With the launch of the new Air France route to Paris on the 27th March 2016, Air France KLM will offer passengers departing from Glasgow an even wider range of options when travelling to Paris, Amsterdam and the world.

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Qatar Airways Dreamliner Maputo Route

From the 27th March 2016 Qatar Airways will upgrade its Doha to Maputo route to a non-stop B787 Dreamliner service three times weekly, saving passengers approximately five hours each way. The airline currently serves the Doha to Maputo route three times a week via South Africa’s largest city Johannesburg. The new route will allow convenient options to and from more than 150 destinations worldwide.

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Swinton Park for business or leisure

A luxury castle hotel in the Yorkshire Dales, with fine dining, a cookery school, spa and extensive grounds, Swinton Park provides an authentic stately home experience. The location, close to the pretty market town of Masham and only 15 minutes from the A1, is deceptively convenient. Individually designed bedrooms are furnished with the warmth and grandeur of a traditional English house, each with generously sized bathrooms and exceptional views.

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West Coast Mainline service disruption

The West Coast Mainline continues to be closed at Lamington between Lockerbie and Carstairs. There will be significant disruption to Caledonian Sleeper and other services; this is likely to continue into March. The final date for reopening the line has not yet been finalised.

Overview of the amended services

Lowland Sleeper:

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South America health alert

In the run up to Brazil Carnival and the Rio Olympics travellers are warned to take precautions when travelling to South America due to a rise in the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Pregnant women should consult a doctor before visiting the affected countries and the health ministry are advising foreign visitors to use insect repellent and wear long sleeves to avoid mosquito bites.

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Celebrating 45 incredible years!

1971 Was the year Intel launched the microprocessor and a new digital age began. Mariner 9 became the first artificial satellite to orbit Mars and a new stock market index called the Nasdaq made its debut. Edward Heath was Prime Minister and one of the biggest changes to take place in the UK and Ireland occurred- the move to decimalisation.

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Flying this winter? Your questions answered.

With scenes of record snow fall bringing travel to a standstill across many American cities, we put on our coats, hats and gloves and went in search of some answers to your winter travel questions. It turned out we didn’t have to look very far as John Cox, retired airline captain with US airways was happy to take questions. We’re certain even the most nervous of flyers will find his answers reassuring.

Question: In freezing conditions, with ice on the runway, how safe is the braking system on a modern jet?

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