Monthly Archives: May 2014

Are women worse at packing than men
12 May

Women ‘worse at packing than men’

Women ‘worse at packing than men’ Women take twice as many items of clothing with them when they go on holiday than men and they only wear a half of them, new research has revealed. The Holiday Hypermarket poll, involving 2,000 British holidaymakers, also suggests men are better at packing. It found that nine out

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10 May

Shop Around for the Best Rates before Flying to Brazil

Shop Around for the Best Rates before Flying to Brazil for the World Cup High cost of living in Brazil could eat into currency savings   World Cup fever is set to take over Brazil this summer and ICE – International Currency Exchange, the global foreign exchange and prepaid currency card provider, is advising football

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06 May

Jump in airport passengers predicted

Jump in airport passengers predicted Airports in the UK are confident of strong growth in 2014 as British passengers jet off to all four corners of the world in search of some sun. Research by the Airport Operators Association (AOA) reveals that 67% are confident that more passengers will pass through their terminals this year

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Mykonos Greece British Airways
01 May

British Airways goes Mediterranean

British Airways will soon be flying holidaymakers to the Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini direct from Heathrow. It is the first time that the airline has ever flown to the sun-kissed destinations, which are popular tourist hotspots all year round. Mykonos lies between the islands of Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos. It boasts white

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01 May

ICE lands at Edinburgh Airport

ICE lands Edinburgh Airport FX Contract ICE (International Currency Exchange), the global foreign exchange and prepaid currency card provider, has been awarded the contract as sole Foreign Exchange provider at Edinburgh Airport, Scotland’s busiest airport.  ICE has taken over the contract from American Express. The five year contract commenced on 1st May, with ICE now

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