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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 »

Is my EHIC still valid and do I need Travel Insurance as well?

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Britain is currently due to leave the European Union (EU) on 29 March 2019, so what is likely to happen to EHIC from that date? At present, the EU & UK have come to an agreement that there should be a transition period between 29 March 2019 – 31 December 2020 to iron out the Continue Reading »

Holiday Car Hire – What to Look Out For

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You’ve booked your holiday; now consider any ‘extras’ required. How will you get from the airport to your chosen destination, or once there, will you want to travel around independently? If you choose to hire a car, consider these facts: Make sure you get the best deal. Check out a comparison site Choose the right Continue Reading »

Portuguese: Useful Words and Phrases

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Did you know that Portuguese is the sixth most spoken language and is the fastest growing European language in the world behind English? Travel with ease and impress all your friends using our Portuguese Language Cheat Sheet! Useful Portuguese Words and Phrases Hello – Olá Good morning – Bom dia Goodbye – Adeus Good afternoon – Boa tarde Continue Reading »

FHR’s Top 5 European Airports

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Most of us take off on our travels arriving at one of the many touristic airports in Europe on our annual holidays, looking for some warm sunshine and relaxation. Many of these airports are ill-equipped for the onslaught of passengers they receive, especially in the summer months. Arriving at many of the small Greek Islands Continue Reading »