Transport, posted on 19/06/2013 by The editorial team
Following extremely heavy rainfall with the onset of monsoon in Northern India, flash floods have severely impacted New-Delhi airport. There are currently reports of landslides occurring in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, which may impact your travel plans in the region.
FLOODING: Monsoon rains arrived in New Delhi, the Indian capital last Sunday - a fortnight ahead of schedule. ...Read more
Environment, posted on 16/06/2013 by Neil Kreeger
A new living bridge, designed the brains behind the Olympic Games opening ceremony cauldron, is currently being looked at to cross the Thames.
Thomas Heatherwick, who is probably best known for his cauldron at the opening ceremony of the London ...Read more
Formalities, posted on 18/06/2013 by The editorial team
TRANSPORT: Passengers could see their boarding time at London Gatwick be significantly reduced within two years due to the implementation of an iris recognition system.
Following successful tests of the iris recognition system at London's Gatwick Airport, passengers could ...Read more
Health, posted on 06/06/2013 by The editorial team
Health officials in Saudi Arabia fear that pilgrims visiting Mecca for the haj - which is expected to fall between 13 and 18 October - could spread a virus that has already caused 30 deaths worldwide since its emergence last year in the Middle East.
The World Health Organisation has already issued a warning, claiming that the disease poses ?a threat ...Read more
Economy, posted on 31/05/2013 by The editorial team
This week, Which? warned travellers not to buy any holiday money at the airport, but instead to order it online for collection at the airport.
Everyone knows that exchange rates for walk-up customers at airports are along the poorest, however, ...Read more
New, posted on 19/06/2013 by Peyton Squires
NEW: The latest airborne laser technology has revealed a network of roads, canals and building foundations hidden within the surroundings of the great temples of Angkor Wat.
Archaeological beliefs that the lost city of Mahendraparvata has been concealed beneath the dense jungle ...Read more
Tip, posted on 14/05/2013 by The editorial team
SUMMER ROMANCE: If it's looking like you're going to be a little strapped for cash this summer, then worry no more, because Ibis, the low-cost hotel chain, has just launched a single room rate of 45 euros across all its hotels in Spain, Italy and Portugal.
The special rate offered is for one or two people per room and applies to bookings throughout the summer ...Read more