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British Airways announced a series of Executive Club benefits for business travellers and frequent flyers. Executive Club members can once again reserve seats without charge on hand baggage-only fares.
Flight Centre founder Graham Turner and his wife, Jude Turner, launched a collaboration with the University of Queensland and committed more than $18.5 million to a south-east Queensland conservation project.
Following the new restrictions that came into force on March 25, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad have decided to offer laptops, tablets and handling services on all their US-bound flights.
Following the US, the British government has announced a cabin baggage ban on laptops on direct passenger flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.
Freezing fog and subzero temperatures have brought fresh travel disruption to the UK. Both Heathrow and London City have told passengers to expect delays and cancellations
FCM Travel Solutions, the global corporate flagship brand of the Flight Centre Travel Group today announced that they have been awarded the global travel contract for ANZ Bank.
Since new Russian legislation was introduced in June 2016, medication containing certain strong or poisonous substances must be declared to the Russian Customs Services when you enter the country.
British travellers won’t need visas for short visits to EU destinations post-Brexit. The European Commission has proposed to grant UK citizens visa-free travel to the EU after the UK withdraws from the European Union.
One of the world’s most renowned airlines will arrive into Edinburgh later this year with the launch of an Emirates service to Dubai. Edinburgh will become Emirates’ second destination in Scotland after Glasgow.
Effective 3 July, Etihad (EY) flights from Abu Dhabi to the USA were exempted from the restrictions. Customers travelling on Etihad between Abu Dhabi and the USA may carry all their electronic devices on board.
On 06 March 2017, a revised executive order was issued by the President of the United States imposing a ban on entry to the USA for citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for at least 90 days.
Etihad’s free Chauffeur Service will continue to operate from their home in Abu Dhabi for guests travelling in Residence, First Class, Business Class and Redemption First & Business Class, subject to fare choice conditions.