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Brits get Brazil World Cup fever

  •  13 Jun, 2013
Football fans from England and Brazil

Interest in travelling to Brazil from the UK is rising fast, with less than a year to go until the big kick off in the 2014 World Cup.

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Big plans for midlands airport

  •  11 Jun, 2013
Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport bosses hope its new expansion plans will see it challenge London Heathrow for business and leisure travel.

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Bulgaria doesn't break the bank

  •  11 Jun, 2013
Sofia, Bulgaria

Bulgaria has emerged as the best value destination for Brits wanting an whistlestop holiday overseas, a new study has revealed.

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Eurotunnel ferry service is banned

  •  06 Jun, 2013
A ferry

Eurotunnel is being banned from operating ferry services across the English Channel.

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Heathrow T2 poses 'challenges'

  •  04 Jun, 2013
Heathrow sign

Heathrow bosses on Tuesday promised to learn the lessons of the disastrous Terminal 5 (T5) opening when flights begin from the west London's new £2.5 billion Terminal 2 (T2) next year.

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Brides borrow foreign spots to wed

  •  30 May, 2013
Newly married couple

Warm weather and cheaper prices are increasingly luring British couples to get married abroad, according to a new report.

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No explanation after aircraft drama

  •  09 May, 2013
An aeroplane in the sky

A mystery smell made a co-pilot feel dizzy and forced a plane carrying 139 passengers into an emergency landing.

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Tourists' dengue fever cases triple

  •  17 May, 2013

The number of tourists from England, Wales and Northern Ireland who have been struck down with a fever spread by mosquito bites has nearly tripled, according to the latest statistics from health officials.

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Airports not using full capacity

  •  01 May, 2013
A traveller at Heathrow airport

Major airports in the south of England are not making full use of their capacity, a London Assembly report shows.

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Stockings do not prevent flier DVT

  •  01 May, 2013
A man pulling up a stocking

Fliers who wear compression stockings to stop the development of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) may be wasting their time.

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