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Private air charter & golfing holidays – The perfect partnership!

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By Terry Farthing, Managing Director, London Jet Charter If you are familiar with the terms ‘Rainmaker’, ‘Dew Sweepers’, or ‘In The Leather’  chances are you are a golf fanatic. But have you ever considered including an Amateur Golf Tournament in your golfing getaway? We have partnered with Golf Events International, a one stop shop for […]

Bored of work? The typical Brit needs a break every 46 days

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A survey of 2,000 adults found their tiredness levels, effectiveness at work and general mood suffers if they wait any longer before enjoying a trip away. A third also admit they find it harder to concentrate if they go without a holiday for too long. However, those polled only manage to escape the daily grind […]

Struggling to keep the kids entertained this summer? You’re not alone…

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Millions of parents claim they have already ‘run out’ of ways to keep the kids entertained over the summer holidays – despite being just halfway through the break. A study of 1,000 mums and dads of school-aged children found two thirds struggle to find ways to occupy their youngsters during the break, with four in […]

Need to get away? Here are the top 10 locations in the UK to get the ‘holiday feeling’

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More than seven in 10 adults believe you can only achieve the ‘holiday feeling’ with a trip abroad – but UK destinations came out on top in a blind selection process. A study of 2,000 adults revealed stepping off the plane in warmer climates, sunbathing and experiencing a different culture were among the top ways […]

Dreaming of the beach? The ‘holiday glow’ starts a week before you even set off…

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A poll of 2,000 adults found two thirds start to reap the benefits of a holiday by experiencing a feeling of joy prior to jetting away. And one in 10 said this glow lasts up to a month after getting back from a break – at which point they book their next holiday and the […]

Why holidays are so important – this year more than ever

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By Dr Lynda Shaw, neuroscientist, business psychologist and change specialist The past year has been incredibly tough and unpredictable, and the uncertainty and constant changes have increased our stress and anxiety levels. Many of us are hoping to take a holiday this summer, whether that is in this country or perhaps abroad. Here is why […]

A third of Brits are planning to blow post-lockdown budgets on a holiday of a lifetime – Are you?

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A third of Brits are planning to blow the budget on a holiday of a lifetime once restrictions are lifted – but like with business travel they want assurances about accommodation, flights travel insurance. Research of 2,000 adults found many can’t wait to go on holiday, but are feeling nervous about making bookings after recent […]

‘Workcations’ are a new trend, it seems…

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Despite the uncertainty in travel currently, you can bet frequent travellers are itching for a big getaway once travel corridors begin to open. But with the need for quarantines on either side of embarkation, some may look to ‘workcations’ as a way to still get away without using up all of their holiday allowance. That’s […]

Sandals Royal Barbados confirms expansion plans

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Sandals Resorts International (SRI) is continuing development in the Caribbean as Sandals Royal Barbados breaks ground on a new expansion, just in time for the summer season. Set to launch on 1st July 2021, the South Seas Village at Sandals Royal Barbados will be home to 66 new suites, bringing the total room count to […]

All in half a day’s work: the countries where you could have 34 extra days off a year

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Denmark is the best country for work-life balance, new research has revealed. Software provider Vantage Technologies has calculated the amount of time people across the world spend working, using OECD data on weekly working hours and government paid holiday policies. The results reveal that Danish residents work 34 days less than the average UK worker. Working from home […]