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Britain's APD is the highest in the world, and is overdue for reform. Support A Fair Tax on Flying now!

On 11 August, 2012 by Jack in Travel News

Going on that next trip may only be a roll away by playing Yahtzee: Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards-Style! The Let 'Em Fly and Win Yahtzee promotion will run through Sept. 30, 2011, and includes a prize pool of more than seven million Rapid Rewards Points for both current and new Rapid Rewards Members.

On 24 July, 2011 by Jack in Travel News

In the UK alone, people bring back half a billion worth of fake goods every year, meaning that retailers miss out on income of £12 billion should the same items have been bought locally.

On 29 September, 2018 by Jack in Travel News

Francophonik is a new service on Facebook that brings you the best new music, trends, and travel for France.

On 14 July, 2011 by Jack in Travel News

Mexico celebrates 200 years of independence.

On 16 September, 2010 by Jack in Travel News

From 17 to 25 April, there's no admission charge to any of the 392 National Parks.

On 22 April, 2010 by Jack in Travel News

70 new routes for Europe's second largest budget airline in 2010.

On 07 January, 2010 by Jack in Travel News

For the 640,000 travelers each year whose luggage is lost by airline, compensation has been increased for the first time since 2004.

On 24 September, 2009 by Jack in Travel News

easyJet will be cutting 20% of the airlines' flights out of London Luton airport and will be closing the East Midlands airport hub by 2010.

On 03 September, 2009 by Jack in Travel News

Now there's one less budget airline in Europe, after Sky Europe filed for bankruptcy on 1 September. The failed airline has also suspended all flights, stranding passengers waiting for their return flights.

On 02 September, 2009 by Jack in Travel News

Ryanair is starting eight new routes from Edinburgh to mainland Europe plus the Canaries for its winter season.

On 21 August, 2009 by Jack in Travel News

David Dimbleby, the host of BBC Question Time, was one of many hundreds of travelers stuck at Stansted the other day because Ryanair only opened 11 check in desks for 255 flights.

On 03 August, 2009 by Jack in Travel News

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