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UK Air Passenger Taxes (APD) Rate

Jun. 09, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel News
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Air passengers in UK are paying the highest, most extortionate taxes on flying. A study was conducted by UHY Hacker Young, the national accountancy group to provide a keen outlook on this subject which is been considered damaging on various level for many industries ultimately affecting UK c

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An Airport Experience should not be all Bad

Jun. 05, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Meet and Greet Parking
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“There is no bigger problem that exists in travel today than the ‘Airport Experience’ or rather, the lack of one.” This was a statement in an article on entrepreneurcountry.com. Nothing could better describe this dilemma of travellers. These days even the chance of encountering a

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No Planned Meet and Greet parking – Add Damage Repair Costs in your Travel Budget

Jun. 02, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel Issues & Advice
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Any sound travel plan needs parking arrangements as fail safe vehicle security measure. If your travel plan lacks parking reservations then you are not only risking your vehicle security but also endangering the aura of your travels. Better take care of the lynch pin staking your holiday spi

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London’s Local Airport

May. 29, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Luton Airport Parking
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London Luton Airport (LLA) has been thriving for some time now. The passenger rate has gradually progressed for over a year. The passengers seem to prefer LLA. Keeping this increment rate in mind the airport authorities have decided to upgrade the facility to enhance customer experience and

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The Solution for UK Airport Delays

May. 26, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Heathrow Airport Parking
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There have been a lot of flight delays at UK airports in London. Majority of them were the flight delays but some were security issues and power outages. All in all it had been a bit of an inconvenient year for the passengers yet the rate of passenger at every single airport of UK increased.

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Gatwick Expansion – The Bosses are Hopeful

May. 22, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Gatwick Airport Parking
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Gatwick boss, Stewart Wingate claimed, “The new Tory Cabinet has strengthened the chances of his airport being selected over Heathrow as the site for major expansion.” They are hopeful which shows their confidence that the decision will be in the favour of Gatwick. The official report

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Customer Advice for Valet Parking

May. 12, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Valet Parking
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If a Valet attendant who is to park your car is offended, there is a 60/40 chance that they are going to retaliate. As you are handing over the custody of 1 of your most valuable possession, you might not want to risk it. Following are a few suggestions for those who intend to dodge this bul

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Revenges of a Valet

May. 06, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel Issues & Advice
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Good begets Good; Evil begets Evil –Paul Auster A Valet’s intentions of revenge do not reach evil but definitely are mischiefs in every sense of the word. According to our confessor, the mischievous behavior may be caused by any number of reasons. If you are rude or particularly aggr

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Confessions of a Valet

May. 05, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Valet Parking
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Valet parking is a smooth process but only if you are viewing the matter as a customer. In the views of a Valet, it’s a whole new world where they have a lot of complains. Let’s read the confessions of a professional Valet and figure out the Do’s and Don’ts of their arena. Accordi

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Secret Tricks to Reduce the Travelling Costs (Part 2).

Apr. 30, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel Issues & Advice
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Welcome to the part 2 of cost affective travelling tricks. Travel expenses are the actual culprit rendering people unable to enjoy a luxury vacation. The fear of budget fail and the compensation aftermath does not allow them to engage with their dreams of a true vacation. But there are short

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Secret Tricks to Reduce the Travelling Costs (Part 1).

Apr. 27, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Meet and Greet Parking
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Travelling can be a costly affair. Even sometimes, it weighs so heavy on ones pocket that they have to abandon their wish to visit a place. It truly is a heart breaking moment to find out the cost of this dream of yours is too high to pay. At a certain point, the desire takes hold of the sen

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Airport Car Parking Services and Damage Claims.

Apr. 22, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel Issues & Advice
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Do you use online Airport Car Parking facility when you fly out for a vacation or business trip? Did you have an encounter where your car was somehow scratched or had dents on it upon return? Did you suffer through vein arguments about the damages and end up paying for the repairs yourself?

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Why Valet Parking is ideal for Travelling?

Apr. 20, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Valet Parking
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Any person who has ever flown through an airport knows exactly how challenging this simple passage can sometimes be. Almost all of those passengers agree that if you are travelling alone and driving to airport, it’s always wise to make parking arrangements in advance. A reserved parking sp

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Importance of an Airport Parking Plan.

Apr. 16, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel Issues & Advice
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A general planner for a vacation has following traits: Budget. Destination. Flight reservation. Hotel reservation. Places I can visit in my budget. All of the above mentioned steps have to be taken care of in this particular order. Budget is the first thing that comes to your

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Heathrow is to Increase Environmental Charges for Noisy & Polluting Plane.

Apr. 13, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel News
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Heathrow airport is very much concerned for boosting its domestic traffic. To achieve this goal, Heathrow is planning to reduce landing charges for domestic flights, by one third. The shortfall of income caused by this reduction in landing charges will be covered by increasing the landing ch

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Know Your Rights about Lost, Delayed or Damaged Luggage at Airport.

Apr. 06, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel Issues & Advice
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During travel people may have to face unforeseen situations. Though, lots of facilities are being offered for travelers but going through an airport without any trouble is still very challenging. Missing, delayed and damage of the luggage is a very common issue while traveling by air. You ar

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Turkish airlines to switch operations from North to south Terminal at Gatwick.

Apr. 02, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel News
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Gatwick airport is one of the busiest airports in the Europe. Airlines and airport authorities always try to establish the strategies which make the process easy both for passengers and airport staff. Recently a step has been taken by Turkish Airlines at Gatwick airport for the ease of trave

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Enjoy Inexpensive traveling with Easy Tips.

Apr. 01, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Meet and Greet Parking
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Traveling demands a bag full of money, that’s why many people avoid traveling even in holiday season. Even those who plan a recreational tour, generally try to cut traveling expenditures by avoiding some services or comforts. Instead of fearing about expenses, just get rid of it by followi

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Gatwick Airport Divulges New Plans to Change Retail and F&B Offer.

Mar. 30, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Gatwick Airport Parking
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On the occasion of its 5th birthday, Gatwick airport has announced to initiate a plane to put in £1bn investment to renovate the airport. The focus of this renovation plan will be the expansion of Gatwick’s North Terminal,  improving passenger’s experience and enhancing retails and foo

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Heathrow’s new strategy to connect UK nation & regions for global growth.

Mar. 26, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Heathrow Airport Parking
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Heathrow airport has declared a new expansion strategy which is designed to connect the UK’s people and regions for growth of markets around the world.  This project is likely to deliver trade and investment opportunities worth billions of pounds. These steps would be helpful for the i

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