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How to sustain a holiday romance once you're back home
Few can resist the allure of a holiday romance; the heat, the sea, the bars, the clubs and the cheap-as-chips drinks, coupled with a lack of responsibility, fast-track ‘feelings’ like nobody’s business. Emotions run high, bar tabs run even higher, and before you know it, you’re weeping on an easyJet... Read more
Ten French habits you should adopt before the year is out
When it comes to European travel, you can't beat France. The language is heart-stoppingly beautiful, the food is delicious, and the coffee's far better than the bland brown water we seem to favour over here.
If you're heading to France soon, or you're just a die-hard Francophile, here are ten ways ... Read more
The strangest flying superstitions
Have you ever seen a fellow passenger dancing a merry jig up the aisle? What about someone who refuses to sit in seat 13? How about the person who can't board unless they've tapped the side of the plane and muttered something sinister under their breath?
You probably have. Welcome to the mind-boggl... Read more
Doors to manual: What was working as cabin crew in the 1970s and 1980s like?
Even though we’re all still fascinated by the world of air travel, who doesn’t wonder about the glamour of yesteryear?
We’ve spoken to two members of cabin crew who worked in the 1970s and 1980s.
Jaqui Perry worked as cabin crew from 1968 to 1971 for British United Airways, which then became Briti... Read more