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Make booking your business travel this simple

Are you currently making travel arrangements on behalf of your company?

Do you wish there was a quicker and simpler way to find the lowest fares and cheapest rates?

Are you spending all day trying to find them, but still missing out on the best prices?

You could be throwing away thousands of pounds every year on the so called ‘lowest rates’ by self-booking your travel?

Shopping around can take forever and comparison websites will only ever compare online prices.

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Corporate Entertaining at First Direct Arena

Corporate entertaining was originally created to help businesses build relationships with current, or potential customers. More recently corporate hospitality has expanded to include staff incentives, employee team building techniques, training exercises and competition prizes.

It offers your company the opportunity to connect on a personal level with the people you do business with, helping forge stronger partnerships and better still, genuine friendships.

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UK to Sydney with Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways have announced daily direct services from Doha to Sydney starting from 1st March 2016, the third Australian city in the Qatar Airways network after Perth and Melbourne.

The Doha-Sydney daily flights will be operated by the Boeing 777-300 aircraft, and have been conveniently scheduled for connections from London Heathrow, Manchester and Edinburgh. Plus from the 30th March 2016 connections from Birmingham will also be available.

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The future of in-flight entertainment?

Despite airlines constantly updating their inflight technology to bring travellers the most extensive selection of inflight movies and entertainment, those seat back screens may soon be a thing of the past.

Step forward WestJet an innovative low-cost airline, continually looking for ways to make air-travel as affordable as possible. Great news for travellers everywhere!

They have announced plans to launch trans-Atlantic flights from London Gatwick next year, without any entertainment systems fitted to seat backs.

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SAS Summer 2016 Routes

SAS have announced eight new routes plus increased frequency on popular routes for the summer 2016 timetable. SAS will add popular holiday destinations for the leisure market plus new direct year-round flights on the most in-demand business destinations.

New Routes:

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New Wizz Air Privilege Pass

Low cost airline Wizz Air has launched a new WIZZ Privilege Pass, designed to benefit frequent travellers. For only €99 per year, you could enjoy priority boarding, a free large cabin bag, the possibility to carry one extra personal item for each flight, and free seat selection which includes front row, upfront and extra Legroom seats. Moreover, these benefits can be added to your previously booked, upcoming flights as well. Travel hassle free, travel like a Pro!

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Battersea Power Station Art'otel

Innovative lifestyle hotel operator Art’otel have confirmed they will become part of the £8 billion redevelopment of the Grade II listed Battersea Power Station in London which is due to open in 2019.

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VisitBritain and Turkish Airlines Partnership

A new global marketing partnership between VisitBritain and Turkish Airlines has been unveiled to encourage more international visitors to holiday in the UK. The international marketing campaign will focus on Saudi Arabia, India and other Gulf countries over the next year. Turkish Airlines serves seven cities in Saudi Arabia, providing even more connectivity via its Istanbul hub to the airline’s five UK regional gateways; London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh.

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Where will you be this winter?

As the leaves start to turn and the met office have already predicted a winter of prolonged freezing conditions due to the coldest Altantic temperatures in 80 years, you may well want to rush out and stock up on de-icer, snow shovels and thermal gloves, but for many the rush is to find sunnier shores this winter. If you love Christmas trees, but would rather lie under a palm tree and prefer your ice in a glass, with a slice of lemon, then the Caribbean might just be the place for you this winter.

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Four Hours in … This week: BERLIN

Berlin - The once divided capital of Germany, has been re-united for more than 25 years. Yes, it really has been that long since we witnessed those unforgettable scenes of the Berlin wall being torn down. In the last two and a half decades the city has become almost unrecognisable from its previous cold-war self. It’s array of buildings offer visitors a glimpse of the past and a view of the future. From the imposing Reichstag building, to the many new futuristic buildings that line the river.

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