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Results found for: February 2014

28 Feb 2014
Tram link proposed for Glasgow Airport
The Scottish government is looking into developing a tram link between Glasgow Airport and the city centre. Five years after the G...
27 Feb 2014
Wave-riding croc spotted at Australian beach
Locals and holidaymakers at Cable Beach in Broome, Australia, got an unexpected display last weekend from a wave-riding crocodile.Pictu...
21 Feb 2014
Greece to host World Travel Awards
Greece is to host the World Travel Awards for the first time, it has been reported, with its capital Athens to be the home of the prest...
19 Feb 2014
Bizarre airline regulations revealed
When booking a flight, few customers bother to read the conditions of carriage imposed by the airline. However, Fox News has been ...
Head to Italy for the Pesto World Championships
If you're a fan of pesto, why not book a flight to Genoa in Italy, where the sauce was invented in the late 19th century, to witnes...
14 Feb 2014
World's cutest dog gives his tips on finding love at 35,000ft
Boo, the world's cutest dog, has been sharing his advice for finding a Valentine at 35,000ft. The pint-sized pomeranian, who i...
7 Feb 2014
Europe's airports witness passenger growth
The number of passengers using European airports rose by 2.8% in 2012, according to a new report.Figures from ACI Europe reveal that th...
Airline pilot explains cockpit jargon
When you're flying, you'll regularly hear phrases and terminology that seems rather alien. Like any industry, aviation has...
5 Feb 2014
Queen and Duke of Edinburgh to visit Normandy
Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh are to visit Normandy this year to commemorate the 70th anniversary ...
4 Feb 2014
First US Airways plane enters service for American
The first US Airways plane rebranded as an American Airlines craft has entered service. Yesterday (3 February), the Airbus A319, p...