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Delays, forseen and unforseen

Delays, forseen and unforseen

The holiday season is just about to enter full swing, and inevitably the usual topic of conversation after we return, apart from how great the break was, usually turns to the problems we faced. High on the list of problems will be that word DELAYS. Any movement of...
Gatwick needs new runway to improve flight delays

Gatwick needs new runway to improve flight delays

Recent CAA statistics published about traffic through UK airports indicate that the last 2 quarters show the strongest growth in passenger footfall since records began. 247 million passengers used the UK airports in the 12 months until June, a new record, and with it...
Worst Countries for Delayed Flights

Worst Countries for Delayed Flights

It’s probable that most of us have been affected by at least one flight delay in our lifetime. With holiday season fast approaching, many of us will be escaping to warmer climes for some winter sun or to the high mountains to enjoy the delights of apres ski –...
Fear, Fog and Flight Delays

Fear, Fog and Flight Delays

Long delays and flight cancellations have been affecting the whole of Europe in the last few weeks. The tragic events of the downed Russian airliner in the Sinai, the horrific scenes in Paris, and the security lock down in Belgium have all brought understandable...
Long Flight Delay with Monarch Airlines

Long Flight Delay with Monarch Airlines

Monarch was the airline involved in a flight cancellation and delay in excess of one-and-a-half DAYS earlier this week. The flight was from Tenerife to Birmingham, with over two hundred passengers returning home from their all inclusive holidays in the sun. In a real...