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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 »

FHR’s Favourite Award Winning Inspirational Travel Blogger: Emily Luxton

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At FHR, we love travel! We are always on the lookout for amazing travel bloggers to take us on adventures around the globe and inspire us to get out of the office and start exploring. Our favourite award winning and inspirational blogger is Emily Luxton. A regular read at FHR HQ, Emily’s blog will get Continue Reading »

Advantages of Meet & Greet Airport Parking

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Parking at the airport can be stressful! Finding a secure space to leave your car, hoping it will be ok, and worrying about getting the correct bus to your required terminal. With so many people travelling every day, there’s a possibility you won’t be able to find a space at all. Or, that you will Continue Reading »

Most Comfortable Airlines to Fly Long Haul in Economy Class

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If you are planning to fly long haul in economy class, there are a few things to look out for to make your journey more comfortable. Facilities among airlines do vary, so decide what is important to you and do your research before booking. Things to consider when choosing your economy airline for long haul Seat width Continue Reading »

What Happens if my Flight gets Diverted?

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It can be just a little bit frustrating when you step onto a flight expecting to go to one destination, and you end up somewhere else. Flight diversions are unfortunately a part of flying, and they can cause a lot of inconvenience. However, the fact is, flights usually get diverted for good reason, and in Continue Reading »