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Voyages-sncf links Bordeaux and Brittany

Monday, March 20th, 2017 1:32 pm by .

Voyages-sncf.com are running direct train services to Bordeaux and Brittany from the 2nd July 2017 although tickets will be on sale from15 March 2017.

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Face lift for the Gatwick Express

In a £145 million overhaul  the frequent non-stop service between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport looks a lot different these days. Replacing the 30 year old rolling stock,  27 new trains and 108 new carriages form the main face lift for the Gatwick Express.

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Heathrow third runway approval

The government announcement yesterday (Tuesday 26th October) that confirms Heathrow third runway approval has lit the touch paper on everything from environmental and housing issues to who will eventually pay for it.

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AirPortr partners with British Airways to Check In luggage from home

AirPortr, the airport luggage collection company has launched a doorstep check in service exclusively with British Airways which allows BA passengers to check in luggage from home from any London address straight onto their flight.

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British Airways launches First Wing at Heathrow Terminal 5

British Airways’ First and Gold Executive Club passengers will enjoy exclusive access through Terminal 5 security at Heathrow from next April, when British Airways launches First Wing at Heathrow.

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British Airways Cockpit View Approach to London City Airport

To celebrate the milestone achievement of 25 million miles of business class only flights from London City to New York, British Airways has released footage of one its most challenging approaches and landings. The British Airways cockpit view approach to London City Airport gives us a pilot’s view of just what landing in London is like, and they have to do it every day of the year!

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Prince Minnesota home opens to visitors

Paisley Park, the former home of pop legend Prince who died suddenly earlier this year, is to open as a tourist attraction. Fans of the pop star Prince will be able to pay homage to their idol from next month when the Prince Minnesota home opens to visitors

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