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13-02-2007
The miracle jet-lag cure
Could a shocking new treatment be the answer to the night-flight nightmare? Stephen Bleach plugs in to find out.
13-02-2007
Flying: The Facts
By Jonathan Leake and Richard Sadler.

Aviation is the world\'s fastest-growing form of transport. The number of passengers passing through Britain\'s airports alone rose from 32m in 1970 to 216m last year.

More than half the British population now fly at least twice a year.

British airports are a global success story with around 20% of all international passengers using UK airports.
10-02-2007
Airlines Could Be Taken To Court Over 99p Flight Ads
By Beck Barrow, Business Correspondent
Airlines and travel agents will be prosecuted or even shut down if they make misleading claims about cheap flights and holidays, it has been announced.
The Office of Fair Trading is cracking down on operators offering apparently bargain deals which in fact have a host of hidden costs waiting to be added on.
The OFT cited an example of one travel firm which advertised a seven-night holiday to Benidorm in Spain for £59 per person. In fact, the total cost was £133.
The tactic is often used by the "no frills" airlines. For example, yesterday Ryanair\'s website was advertising a "Spring Sale" with one-way flights from 99p.
This price excludes £10 for air passenger duty; £9.80 passenger service charge; £3.35 aviation insurance levy; a 33p wheelchair levy if required; £1.75 charged if paying by credit card; a £3.50 fee for each checked-in bag and a £5.50 excess baggage charge for each kilo over the allowance of 15kg.
This means that the total cost each way could be as much as £35.22.
07-02-2007
MORE TRAVELLERS PREFERRING THE TRAIN TO THE AEROPLANE
By Phil Davies

Airport security issues are helping drive more business travellers to railways in the UK, according to a leading travel management company.

FCm Travel Solutions saw rail business rise by 25 per cent last year, driven by new online rail booking tools and flexible fares in addition to problems at UK airports


04-02-2007
‘Flawed’ rules leave BA losers fuming
Despite EU legislation designed to compensate passengers for cancelled flights, thousands of travellers are left out of pocket
Last week, British Airways cancelled 1,300 flights in anticipation of strike action, forcing those unable to reschedule their trips to book with alternative carriers at short notice. Many incurred extra costs running into hundreds of pounds, but under the new European “denied boarding” regulation, they will not receive a penny in compensation.

19-01-2007
Traveling Light
By Suzy Menkes
Traveling light is the conundrum of our age. For all the fabulous furs and mighty bags that hit the runways in Milan, light luggage and multifunction clothes are a must for frequent travelers.
So it was smart of Gaia Trussardi to show her collection on an airport carousel, where elegant leather bags and functional carryalls could be perused — along with the male models who also rode the circuit.



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