FHR Travel Blog

How have holidays changed over the last 30 years?

1980s Holidays | Book FHR Blog

Why do we care here at FHR? Well, it’s our 30th birthday this year so we’re looking back at the big changes in travel over the last 30 years for fun. Fancy smoking on a plane? Not a fan of baggage allowances? Not fussed about WIFI? A 1980s holiday could be for you… Online check-in? Continue Reading »

Hotel of the Month: Crowne Plaza

Crowne Plaza Manchester | Airport Hotels | Book FHR Blog

Quirky Feature: 24-hour gym facilities Top Tip: Dine in the Sampans Oriental Restaurant for great food! As with all the Crowne Plaza hotels, the Manchester airport Crowne Plaza is smart, chic and stylish, a great place to stay when travelling to and from the airport. Short-List of reasons to stay at the Manchester airport Crowne Continue Reading »

BookFHR Interview: Liz Seddon

Downton Themed Supplier Night| FHR 30th Birthday Interview Liz Seddon | Book FHR Blog

Our next interviewee in our 30th birthday celebrations is our General Manager Liz Seddon! Tell us a little about yourself, who you are, how long you’ve been at FHR and what you do there?   I am the General Manager at FHR and I have worked here for 22 years as General Manager and 24 Continue Reading »

Virgin Atlantic Baggage Allowance

Virgin Atlantic Baggage Allowance | Book FHR Blog

Hand luggage Virgin allow 1 cabin bag (on their standard economy ticket) with a maximum size of 23 cm x 36cm x 56cm and a maximum size of 10kg. You must be able to place your baggage in the overhead lockers unaided, and any additional bags such as a handbag or a laptop must be Continue Reading »

Thomas Cook Baggage Allowance

Thomas Cook Airlines Baggage Allowance | Book FHR Blog

Hand luggage All passengers are allowed 1 free hand luggage item weighing up to 6kg with a maximum size of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. In addition, customers can choose an item from a list on Thomas Cook’s website to take with them – You can view these here. Checked baggage The standard package with Continue Reading »