Category Archives: Press Releases

28 Aug

Share your holiday photo fails: win £250!

Holiday Photos Competition Did you fail in your efforts to look like you were holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa? Did your attempt to capture the Statue of Liberty get photobombed? Did your head get chopped off while trying to capture the view from the Eiffel Tower? Or maybe you just had a disaster

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15 Jun

Lost in translation: Do you have a foreign language fail?

  Everyone assumes when they visit a foreign country that there will be some language barriers, but sometimes things really do get lost in translation. To celebrate our love of travel and the language barriers that Brits face when in different countries, we’re on the lookout for some of the funniest translation fails that Brits

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13 Jun

Five things you need to know before shopping at the airport this summer

For many travellers, duty-free shopping can be the highlight of a trip away, with luxuries including high-end fragrances, makeup and alcohol all available at discounted prices. As the name implies, duty-free is the term used for products that are exempt of excise duty and tax and are available to international passengers travelling outside of the

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10 Aug

Holidaymakers beware of hidden charges on Prepaid cards

As prepaid currency cards gain in popularity as a means to lock in the exchange rate and take money on holiday, ICE – International Currency Exchange is suggesting travellers check out the terms and conditions and fees related to prepaid currency cards before they apply.  Some card charges add up to over £40 according to

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13 Mar

Traffic boost for Glasgow Airport

Traffic boost for Glasgow Airport Glasgow Airport enjoyed its busiest February in eight years, new figures show, as international passenger numbers soared. More than 510,000 travellers passed through its doors during the month, up 13.9% year-on-year, thanks in part to the thousands of football fans that descended on the city to watch Celtic’s Europa League

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