New routes to Athens and Stockholm from Bristol with Easyjet

July 13th, 2017

Good news for travellers around the South West of Britain as Easyjet starts operating two new routes out of Bristol Airport. The routes will be to Athens the capital of Greece and Stockholm the capital of Sweden. When will the new routes start flying? The Easyjet flights from Bristol to Athens will start on 6 […]

You say driverless – I say self-driving cars

June 14th, 2017

There has been much talk recently about driverless or self driving cars. Whichever, description you prefer to use, there’s no doubt that this new technology will be a game changer for many industries. The background to self drive Self drive car rental is a term used today by the car hire / car rental industry. […]

What could BREXIT mean for UK travellers

June 19th, 2016

If the UK votes for BREXIT next week it could result in more costly holidays and less financial protection for travellers. Here are some of the reasons why we think BREXIT is a bad choice for UK travellers… Higher irfares if we BREXIT The rise and expansion of low cost airlines has been helped by […]

Roadworks at luton airport

February 9th, 2014

Article Update 2015 – Roadworks no longer in place. Passengers flying from Luton Airport should take note that major on going road works are being carried out on the main links to and from the airport. Luton Borough Council has started it’s £30 million road renovations which will continue until spring/summer 2015. Passengers should look […]

Heathrow In Search of Perfection

November 19th, 2013

With the winter weather setting in and 2013 drawing to a close, it’s time to start looking forward to next summer and to think about planning summer holidays. With increased competition between regional airports and the growth of international airports it’s important for flagship airports like Heathrow to keep improving and expanding passengers travel experiences. […]

Prestwick and Kent international Airport (Manston) Sold

November 12th, 2013

Infratil has announced today in it’s November interim report that it will be selling two of it’s airport investments. Infratil is an owner operator of several renewable energy, public transport and airport transport business predominantly in New Zealand and Australia. The company bought Manston airport in 2005 for £17 million. It is reported that Ann […]

London Britannia Airport

November 11th, 2013

Heathrow Airport could one day, be no more! According to Testrad (Thames Estuary Research Development).  Today they unveiled their vision for the future of London air travel. They have put forwards for a state of the art new airport based in the Thames Estuary which will cost an estimated £47.3 billion pounds to build. The […]

Clamping ban gives rise to private parking tickets

October 13th, 2013

Almost 25% more parking tickets have been issued this year since the ban on clamping came into effect almost 12 months ago. Parking tickets also known as parking charge notices or fixed penalty notice are estimated to reach 2.3 million by the end of this year. This will be an increase of approximately 500,000 parking […]

Parking Oscars World’s Coolest Car Parks

August 16th, 2013

We don’t usually pride ourselves on being cool in the parking industry but our friends at Stress Free Airport Parking in conjunction with FX magazine have struck upon a good idea by creating The Parking Oscars. Its no joke and there are some pretty cool car parks out there. Full details of the shortlisted car parks […]

Free parking on double yellow lines

July 31st, 2013

Eric Pickles, the Local Government Secretary, is planning to allow motorists to park on double yellow lines outside shops or keep their vehicles in parking bays for longer in an attempt to stimulate businesses on the nation’s high streets. However, the Conservatives are likely to meet opposition from their Liberal Democrat partners in government, who […]