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Your Air Passenger Rights after Brexit

Your Air Passenger Rights after Brexit

Everyone has had a delayed or cancelled flight at some point. This is a stressful experience but there might be a silver lining. Apart from care and assistance from the airline, you could be entitled to flight compensation of up to £520 (or €600)!

The question is, are you aware of your rights and how to protect them in case of a disrupted flight?

Here is what you should know about your air passenger rights after Brexit.

All passengers in the European Union are protected by the EU Regulation 261/2004. It applies when your flight is within the EU, departs from it...




Tourists asked to stay away until April 12 by East Devon

Tourists asked to stay away until April 12 by East Devon

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 03/31/2021 - 11:03pm

East Devon District Council (EDDC) is busily preparing for the next stages in the Governments’ pandemic roadmap aimed at easing the country towards a less restrictive way of life in the coming months.

From Monday, 29 March people have been able to:

  • Meet outside in groups of up to six people and up to two households including in private gardens.
  • Use outdoor sports courts, areas and pools, including skatepark.

In the meanwhile the council will be working with the police and other partners to ensure second homeowners and overnight campers or...

Factors to consider when choosing a charter bus company

Authored by Liv Butler
Posted: Tue, 03/30/2021 - 7:00am

There are various reasons why you consider renting a charter bus Baltimore. You can seek charter bus company services if you need the bus for a wedding, corporate tours, or traveling to the airport as a group. When looking for a charter bus company, do not just choose any company. You need to consider some factors. Select a charter company that offers excellent services.

Here are factors you should consider when choosing a charter bus company in Baltimore :

  1. Company safety records

Before hiring a charter bus, you should look at its previous safety...

10 Misconceptions about Self Drive Safaris in Uganda

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Tue, 03/30/2021 - 6:31am

There are many misconceptions associated to the African continent. Most of these misconceptions are often perceived while some are expressed by people with very limited exposure about the African continent. Below are some of the misconceptions that you should not limit you from getting a Uganda car rental and hitting the road to go on a self guided safari in Africa, the world’s second largest continent.

Should be many days

It’s a common misconception to assume that every African safari has to be many days. But you can execute a very short self drive safari of as low as 3...

Would-be visitors cautioned not to travel too soon

The South West’s tourist industry and the emergency services are warning visitors against travelling to the region before lockdown measures are due to be relaxed on 12th April.

There are fears a minority of tourists might be tempted to travel early, before facilities are ready or attractions are open. Apart from the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19, a dangerous 'false start' to the tourist season will put unnecessary extra strain on the emergency services.

Under the government’s roadmap for reopening after the lockdown, 12th April is the earliest date outdoor...

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Tanzania is one of the world's poorest countries, and the popularity of Mount Kilimanjaro as an international tourist destination generates an estimated US $50 million in revenue annually. Every year around 50,000 tourists climb Kilimanjaro , but their journeys are only possible thanks to a select group of mountain guides and porters. Helping the tourists reach the summit, they're knowledge, expertise and unfailing desire to succeed is transformative.

About Kilimanjaro treks

As the world's tallest freestanding mountain, Kilimanjaro is a true sight to behold. It's volcanic peak...

What is the EVUS and who can apply for it?

Authored by Sam Richards
Posted: Tue, 03/23/2021 - 10:28am

From the redwood forests of California to the majestic Statue of Liberty in New York — and everything in-between — the United States is a country that is on many peoples’ bucket lists. However, it is important that travellers are aware of the entry rules and regulations before they book a holiday to the US. For certain citizens, this means keeping your passport in check or making sure that your EVUS renewal is up to date . Here is everything you need to know about the EVUS so that you can enjoy a fun and memorable holiday.

What is the EVUS?

The EVUS, known as the Electronic Visa...

Escape to the sun with Exeter Airport in 2021-22

Escape to the sun with Exeter Airport in 2021-22

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Tue, 03/16/2021 - 12:29pm

Holidaymakers longing to escape to the sun have a wide choice of destinations on their doorstep with the launch of Exeter Airport’s annual destination guide, FLY. The launch follows surge of interest and bookings for 2021 and 2022 holidays, fuelled by the Government’s announced roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions.

FLY Exeter 2021-22 features 27 destinations in 7 countries. Returning for 2021 are the four Greek Islands, Corfu, Crete, Rhodes and Zante, as well as Paphos in Cyprus and six Spanish destinations including mainland Spain, the Balearics and Canary Islands. Passengers...

5 Top Caravan Holiday Parks and Camping Sites in Cornwall

Are you planning a caravan tour or camping trip to Cornwall? Although there are a lot of holiday parks and camping sites scattered throughout the region – not all of them are equal.

Some sites may be closer to the more popular tourist destinations. Others may have certain attractions that make them unique.

If you’re not sure where to start, why not take a look at the top 5 caravan holiday parks and camping sites in Cornwall that are a notch above the rest:

  1. Chiverton Park

Situated in the Cornish countryside just 3 miles from St. Agnest,...

Devon holiday park sees surge in off-peak bookings thanks to near sell-out success of summer accommodation

Multi award-winning Cofton Holidays, near Dawlish Warren in South Devon, has reported record demand for off-peak holidays following a near sell-out of its summer school holiday accommodation, which is already 91.9% booked.

Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement that self-catering accommodation can open from 12th April 2021 in England, Cofton saw a staggering rise in its average weekly bookings, skyrocketing by 397%.

While much of the demand was for the school holidays, the holiday park, which offers cottages, apartments, lodges, holiday homes, caravan and...

6 Excellent wine regions you should know

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Thu, 03/11/2021 - 10:20am

Ever sipped your wine and felt the taste, the delightful fragrance and wondered, where do they make such pleasurable drinks? However, when it comes to becoming a wine expert, there are few facts and information that one needs to know and know. Mastering the basics that include grape varieties, the wine regions.

Well, if you are just a wine lover, and wants to experience the type of wine that will give an alluring feel to your taste buds, then you need to pack your vacation bags and be ready to step up!

Because we have mentioned some of the world’s refreshing and...
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