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The ten strangest items ever seized at customs

If you've ever been caught trying to smuggle a large bottle of perfume or a smelly foodstuff through customs and you've been caught, you'll probably remember the shame. The look in the official's eyes as they found your contraband item. The embarrassment you felt as it was consigned to the bin.Howev... Read more

What will 2018 look like for Airline Passengers?

We’ve said goodbye to 2017. For some travellers it’s more like good riddance, but for everyone who flies, the future of the industry will rely on many moving parts and airlines hope that the ones who keep moving the most are its passengers. It’s been a pretty good time for airlines over the last few... Read more

Heathrow Cargo staff announces strikes

In a dispute over pay, staff working for Swissport Cargo Services at Britain’s largest airport announced two three-day strikes. The proposed walkouts will take place from: 6.30am on Wednesday, June 27 to 6.29am on Saturday June 30 6.30am on Wednesday, July 4 to 6.29am on Saturday, July 7 Ma... Read more

Christmas booze cruisers urged to stay alert in Calais

A senior Eurotunnel executive has warned people heading to Calais for 'booze cruises' that migrants at Calais may attempt to target their vehicles as a means of getting into the UK. There are huge numbers of migrants camped out by the ferry terminals, looking for vehicles to smuggle themselves onto... Read more

A strong pound and cheaper fuel prices bode well for Brit holidaymakers

Booking this year's summer holiday could leave you with plenty of spending money - but why? The answer's twofold - not only is the pound currently super-strong against the euro and the dollar, but fuel costs have been slashed, too. The recent crisis in the eurozone has crushed the euro's value, an... Read more

Ryanair bans booze on Ibiza flights to avoid drink-related problems

In a bid to cut down on booze-fuelled dramas, Ryanair has decided that duty-free alcohol is to be banned on all flights from the UK to Ibiza this summer. This means that if you're planning to purchase a large bottle of Stolli the minute that you're through security and take large, heroic swigs thro... Read more

Airline in-seat technology is taking flight

There was a time that the most sophisticated piece of technology around your airline seat was the aircraft itself. As we become inseparable from our digital devices and the daily tasks we rely on them for, airlines are finally catching up. British Airways parent company IAG is making its low-cost a... Read more

The stupidest reasons people have ever been thrown off planes

When you hear stories of people ejected from flights, you can't help but think the worst; knives, drunk and disorderly behaviour, swearing, biting. These eight unfortunate people were booted off flights - but did the cabin crew have their priorities straight? You decide. The enthused singer Let's ... Read more

The craziest reasons for planes turning around

What kind of events would cause a pilot to turn a plane around? We've had a trawl though the murky depths of the internet, and we've uncovered the strangest reasons flights have been forced to turn around. Top tip - if you're related to someone important, you can pretty much rule the skies. Mind t... Read more

London to Amsterdam in a flash with Eurostar

In times gone by, your only option to visit the sand dunes and windmills in The Netherlands from the UK, was by air or boat. But now, Eurostar1 are throwing their hat in to the ring with the announcement of twice-daily trains between London St. Pancras International and Amsterdam. The cross-channel... Read more

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