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Power Cuts, Flight Delays and Compensation Claims.

Mar. 03, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel News
Comments: 43

"We have suspended operations until 3pm today at the earliest. This is as a result of a power failure. If you are due to fly today please contact your airline. Apologies for the disruption, we will provide more information as it becomes available." This was posted on the East Midlands Air

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Book Meet & Greet Parking to avoid Airport Frets.

Mar. 02, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Meet and Greet Parking
Comments: 5

Never travell without a Parking Plan. If you abide by this simple rule, you will be enjoying all your trips in a much better way. But if you fail to make time for outlining a parking strategy, then aside from not being able to make the most of your travels you will troubled and stress-full.

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The Demerits of ill-Planned Parking.

Feb. 27, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Valet Parking
Comments: 0

Set aside the entire parking hiccups and resort to travelling in style with luxury. Airports are known to be crowded. Rarely one encounters a chance where passing through an airport in order to get to their destination goes smoothly. By smoothly, it is assumed that: You did not have to f

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How to Manage a Perfect Travelling Plan?

Feb. 25, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Travel Issues & Advice
Comments: 0

Imagine going on a vacation to an amazing destination and putting your sweat and blood in planning it perfectly. Oh, you also remembered to make the online parking reservation with a source you already authenticated to be secure. You also accounted all the facilities you could enjoy. But sti

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Would you like to use free Wi-Fi on the Flight?

Feb. 24, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel News
Comments:1

What do you do while you are on a plane and waiting to reach your destination? Majority of the travelers prefer to sleep through if the flight is for 8 or 10+ hours. But in case of short flights you can’t do that. Usually there isn’t much else that you could do. But it’s about to chang

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The Fervencies of Facilitated Travel via Meet and Greet Parking.

Feb. 23, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Meet and Greet Parking
Comments: 0

Fancy a travel without the unwanted fret of wondering if your car is safe where you parked it or not? That would be a dream if it were possible, won’t it? Suppose you are flying to let’s say Egypt for a vacation. You were to enjoy the pyramids and the food and the beaches with regiona

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Find the Right Price for VALET AIRPORT PARKING.

Feb. 20, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Valet Parking
Comments: 0

Finding out the right price of a Valet Parking services is brutal to say the least. Every site gives a different set of services at a price of their own. This cause 2 types of issues. You have to figure out the services being provided at any given site matching all your requirements, if it d

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Record Season for Manchester Airport.

Feb. 19, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Manchester Airport Parking
Comments: 0

Manchester is the third busiest airport of UK with the huge number of passengers through its doors every year. There was record number of passengers in 2007. Upon this success a new milestone of 22m passenger per year was set. But the target was not met for years. Since 2010, an increas

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An Airport Parking Resolution.

Feb. 16, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel Issues & Advice
Comments: 0

“I solemnly declare that I will never go to an airport without a proper advance parking reservation plan.” Stick to this simple plan and you will be least bothered by any petty parking quibble while travelling through the airport. Some people enjoy travelling including every step of it

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Birmingham Supports Expansion of Gatwick.

Feb. 13, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Birmingham Airport Parking
Comments:1

Among all the UK airports Birmingham is the biggest and the busiest one. Being crowned as the elite, its opinion is worth a lot. Birmingham has finally given its opinion about the Gatwick-Heathrow Expansion feud. Both the airports have utilized all the means possible to sway the authorities

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How to Beat the Airport Parking Monster?

Feb. 12, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Meet and Greet Parking
Comments: 0

Whenever you are in a hurry or are late to get to some place such as an airport where you dread missing your flight, everything that could go wrong, usually does go wrong. It’s irritating and infuriating as well as a potential deal breaker for your fun filled vacation plans. Would you lik

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Heathrow Expansion – The Enthusiasm of Residents.

Feb. 11, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Heathrow Airport Parking
Comments: 0

There have been a lot of campaigns to support Heathrow Expansion. But Pro-Heathrow Campaign scored the goal. These campaigners from West London gathered in front of the Parliament Houses on 2 Feb, to convey their support. There were tens and thousands of people from every age group traveling

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Gatwick Expansion – All those in the favor, say AYE…!

Feb. 06, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel News
Comments:1

The decision of expanding Gatwick or Heathrow is still PENDING. So the cold war is still on. It has recently been exposed that the residents of Crawley were in favor of new runway to be built but the councilors dismissed the findings of a separate polls carried out by 2 different sources; Cr

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“I Hate Meet and Greet Parking Service”.

Feb. 02, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Meet and Greet Parking
Comments: 0

I solemnly declare that I HATE MEET AND GREET PARKING SERVICE. Getting through an airport’s shitty traffic and managing parking there was boring and time taking but it was fun. You had to set out early keeping a margin of hours for blocked traffic and the parking hunt. Amongst all of this

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The Gatwick Airport Battles to get the Green Signal on 2nd Runway.

Jan. 29, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Gatwick Airport Parking
Comments: 0

Travelling has been a booming business for the last decade. There has been an increase in passenger rate per year on huge proportions. All the biggest and the busiest Airports of UK broke their own records last year. Due to this increase in the number of travelers each year, it was determine

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Master Airport Parking via Amenities of Valet Service.

Jan. 28, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Valet Parking
Comments: 0

Parking has become an essential part of our travels these days. The travelers, who don’t intend to waste their precious time with fuss born from parking issues, resort to advance parking plans. They make proper arrangements to escape having to worry about their vehicle’s security while o

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New Year Offer 23 January 2015.

Jan. 23, 15
By admin
Category Deals & Discounts
Comments: 2

 

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Cut Down on Air Passenger Duty at UK Airports.

Jan. 23, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel News
Comments:1

There has been a lot of recent activity at the UK airports. It mainly concerns with Air Passenger Duty (APD). A draft legislation granting the Scottish Government powers to levy Air Passenger Duty (APD) was published. This publication rallied a great concentration. In response to this propos

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Scientific Airport Parking Method.

Jan. 22, 15
By Hannah Reed
Category Meet and Greet Parking
Comments: 2

Airport parking presents a lot of issues regardless of the fact whether you are a frequent flyer or an occasional one. It is very rare that a passenger crosses the bridge of airport parking without facing any turmoil at all before getting started with the fun part of their vacation. Even a m

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Savvy Traveling Calls for Well Prepared & Keen Maneuvers.

Jan. 21, 15
By Alex Foster
Category Travel Issues & Advice
Comments: 2

Have you ever traveled through an airport and felt like you are not prepared enough? Have you ever wondered that you could have avoided running into a hiccup if only you had managed it before hand? Whether you like traveling places or just bear it like a necessary evil in order to get to

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