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Who Flies from Which Terminal at Heathrow Airport

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London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in Europe and the second busiest in the World for international passenger traffic. The latest figures show that it handled 78 million passengers in 2017! Heathrow operates from 2 runways with passengers departing from its 4 terminals, numbered 2 to 5. Due to the scale of this airport, Continue Reading »

Airport Accessibility: Special Assistance

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Many of us get to the airport relieved that we have arrived safely. We loaded our suitcases; locked up the house; parked our car in our designated airport car park, and remembered our passports! For some though, around 22% of the population, travelling can be a difficult, even frightening, experience. The airport is viewed with trepidation and Continue Reading »

VIP Airport Experience on a Budget

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We all look forward with great excitement to our next holiday, whether it is a long-awaited trip around the world or a weekend break in Europe. Of course, before we arrive at our destination, we have the task of arriving and passing through our chosen airport, which can sometimes be quite stressful! How to get Continue Reading »

Who Flies from Which Terminal at Gatwick Airport

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How many times have you arrived at the airport to find yourself in the wrong terminal? It happens to the best of us, which is fine if we have plenty of time to spare before our flight. Just to be sure, check our list before you leave home and don’t get caught out! If arriving by Continue Reading »

What Are Electronic Devices Restrictions for Hand Luggage?

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As we all fly around the world more and more frequently, the regulations regarding what we can and cannot bring on flights into the UK changes on a regular basis. In 2017, restrictions were put in place for travel from certain countries which prevented us from carrying larger electronic items into the UK in our Continue Reading »