Article

Atlanta airport: power restored but flight delays expected for days

Thousands stranded on Monday morning after fire on Sunday afternoon in underground electrical facility Power has been restored to the worlds busiest airport but the travel woes will linger for days. Thousands of people were stranded on Monday morning at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta international airport, where more than 1,000 flights were grounded just days before the… Continue reading Atlanta airport: power restored but flight delays expected for days

Advertisements
Article

Blue passports could send UK citizens to back of queue, EU officials say

Theresa Mays decision to change passport colour as expression of independence and sovereignty could mean travel delays European officials have warned that Britains new blue passports could spell travel delays and extra paperwork rather than the enhanced freedom promised by the government. Theresa May sought to end a difficult political year on a high note… Continue reading Blue passports could send UK citizens to back of queue, EU officials say

travel saving tips

Flying to US to get an iPhone X is cheaper than buying in Europe. It’s also illegal

HMRCs rules are clear: youve got to pay VAT on your 390-plus US purchases when you fly home, which makes those big savings a lot less appealing The price of the new iPhone X is so high in Europe that its led thousands to eye-up transatlantic flights to see if its cheaper to fly across… Continue reading Flying to US to get an iPhone X is cheaper than buying in Europe. It’s also illegal

Travel

Where is the world’s most walkable city?

From New Yorks cafe squares to Melbournes laneways to the walled Fes el Bali, these pedestrian paradises combine safety, beauty and comfort. Now urban planners are taking note as they seek to hand back cities to the walkers For decades the simple act of walking was largely overlooked by city planners but, no matter how… Continue reading Where is the world’s most walkable city?

Article

Delta Airlines plane flies straight into Hurricane Irma and out again

Flight records show plane landing in Puerto Rico as storm hit and departing with 170 people on board 40 minutes later As Hurricane Irma threatened to make landfall in Puerto Rico, most pilots were avoiding the area. Understandably so, perhaps. One Delta Airlines plane, however, headed straight toward the storm. The pilot landed on the… Continue reading Delta Airlines plane flies straight into Hurricane Irma and out again