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Monthly ArchivesApril 2010
When Eyjafjallajokull blew, 15below’s PASNGR system went swiftly into action, keeping well over a million passengers in the picture – and airlines in control
As passenger chaos continues, the Travel PR team is trying to stay upbeat about the ‘Eyjafjallajoekull effect’. From a purely selfish perspective, we’ve enjoyed the peace and quiet that a break from being in the Heathrow flight path affords. And, while two of our esteemed colleagues were denied their respective holidays last weekend – one
(photo courtesy Oleg Skrinda – http://skrinda.com) If you were in London’s Kensington Gardens on Saturday, you may well have been puzzled by a rather dashing group of tweed-clad cyclists sipping tea, eating cucumber sandwiches and listening to a three-piece string orchestra at the top of the hill. This curious spectacle was the mid-way tea break
Tokyo’s Metropolitan Government has banned tourists from the city’s most popular attraction – Tsukiji fish market, the world’s largest – in response to traders’ complaints that their presence hinders the early morning operations.
The thought of a motorway jaunt to the south of France last week brought me out in a cold sweat as all kinds of potentially stressful situations raced through my mind