Tim Hughes puts the boot into the highs and lows of the online travel business (with an Australasian/Asian bias) with some blogging about consuming and loving travel thrown in.
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This is how ve kill ze tourism NO ?
the torture for most Australian travellers is that with Austrian Airlines pulling out of the Kangaroo route a couple of months ago there are no continental airlines (ie only BA) that fly UK to Australia. The vast majority of the Asian carriers use LHR as their Euro hub. The ones that don't usually have pain in the arse connection times.
to anonymous - you got it! I think we need to focus more on domestic traffic and drive. The great car journey is returning. Anybody for BA stock?
We might have been in that video. We went through that exercise in futility twice, on May 29, and again on June 11. Both times, we had just deplaned from another flight,and had had no access to an unsecured area since. It's no wonder they have signs posted about the penalties for assaulting security personnel!
would have been better and funnier with the benny hill theme tune
The UK imposes probably the highest airport fees and taxes in the world, but they re certainly not using the funds to pay personnel to service the travelers from whom they collected the money. I recently spent two hours in line at customs in Heathrow, coming in a flight from Amsterdam; there were only 3 of possibly 20 stations manned. The UK need to give travelers the service they are paying for.
that clip's impressive but also quite old so not today or indeed the last few months...
Bad indeed. But it can get worse:http://baa-scandal.blogspot.com/Quote Stephen Nelson, Chief Executive Officer on their website:"We are responding to rising customer expectations about the qualityof the services we provide." Yeah, right.
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