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    How to avoid embarrassment when travelling abroad…

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    Travel giant Expedia has published an interactive guide on international etiquette rules. It contains tips for 18 of the most-travelled countries in the world, across five continents. Designed for both business and personal travel, the guide offers expert advice regarding etiquette in restaurants, in people’s homes, how to greet people and common phrases. Many Brits […]

    Buyers set to face costing pressure in 2018, says Business Travel Show

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    Buyers expect the continued pressure to cut costs will be the biggest issue to impact them next year, a Business Travel Show survey has found. A poll of 243 business travel buyers were asked ‘what is the biggest issue facing you over the next 12 months?’, with respondents citing cutting costs as the biggest issue […]

    The key to employee retention? Business travel …

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    New research from Booking.com for Business, the global leader in connecting business travellers with the widest choice of places to stay, reveals how people’s professions shape their outlooks towards business and leisure travel, and the increasing intersection of the two. Almost a third of all working professionals accepted their job fully or in part because […]

    How much do you spend on your Christmas party journey home?

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    Workers could face a massive hidden cost this Christmas, with employees set to face a bill of over £200 to get home from their Christmas do. easyHotel has analysed the post-party experience, which found that many revellers fall asleep using public transport, lose valuables, damage their clothes and end up paying for late night long […]

    Birmingham & Heathrow T5 top UK airports poll

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    Which airports can you expect to send you off in style, and which could leave you stuck in a lengthy queue? Which? asked passengers about their airport experiences and, with more than 10,000 responses, you can use their views to fly from the best UK airports and avoid the worst. Although large airports are well […]

    Workers are spending up to 42% earnings a week on steep parking fees

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    Brits are losing large chunks of their salary each year because of the convenience of parking close to the office, according to a new study. Research commissioned by The Car People revealed that the daily commute is leaving a dent in workers’ wallets as parking near to their workplaces within city centres. London parkers that […]

    Brits spend just 8% of their earnings on things they want

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    The British public struggle to spend their earnings on enjoying themselves, according to new reports. A study commissioned by airport transfers provider Hoppa revealed that most of our money ends up going straight into the bare necessities rather than the finer things in life, and when it comes to treating ourselves we find it hard […]

    Brits spend £48k over a lifetime – just to get to work

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    The average British commuter will spend over £48,000 across their working lifetime getting to work. And over a 47-year working life, Brits will spend over a year of their lives commuting to and from work, with 68 per cent driving, 11 per cent taking the train, and eight per cent cycling. The study of 2,000 […]

    Skytrax recognises Finnair as northern Europe’s best airline

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    Finnair has been named northern Europe’s Best Airline at the Skytrax World Airline Awards for the seventh year running. Organised by Skytrax, the award is based on an independent survey of 19 million travellers from over 100 countries. “We are very proud of this special recognition given to us by our customers. The award proves […]

    A memo from Emma Goodbrand

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    I had been in my role as PA to a director at a recruitment company for four years, when in 2013 at the age of 26 I decided it was time for a break, writes Emma Goodbrand. My wonderful mum passed away after a short illness and all of a sudden I found myself with […]