Remember that night when you had to kip up on the terminal floor in at Amsterdam Schiphol, because bad weather meant your flight got cancelled? Or that time when you dashed from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5 at Heathrow, only to miss your connecting flight by minutes? We’ve all been there, and it ain't pretty, trying without success to find a spare row of seats without armrests in order to get an unlikely hour or two of sleep. Your prayers are then answered, by Just The Flight's revolutionary Delay-Pod; a portable but comfortable cocoon to help you dose off in any terminal in the world!
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From Dr. No to Ernst Blofeld, Bond villains are almost as iconic as the MI6 agent himself. And whether they rule from a deserted island or from inside an extinct volcano, there is no denying that Bond would not be Bond without their plotting and scheming. So whether you want earn your own License To Kill by infiltrating their hideouts yourself, or would prefer to channel your inner Blofeld and pretend it’s your own – we have gathered the Bond Villain HQs You Can Visit In Real Life.
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In every walk of life there is someone that is intent on ruining an experience for those around them. On board an aircraft there appears to be several types of people that are intent on this outcome – to shatter any prospect of enjoying the sky in peace, each in their own uniquely annoying way. From armrest thieves to drunken stag-do lads, we at Just The Flight have conducted a survey to name and shame 21 of the worst offenders based on the results. This is your captain speaking… stop doing these things now!
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It has always been a contentious point –in which countries is it safe to drink the tap water? Some say don’t risk it and drink bottled water whenever travelling, whilst others will happily fill up their cup from foreign taps. But one thing is for sure - nobody wants to cut their holiday short with a stomach bug, or worse! So where exactly is it safe to drink the tap water?! We have scoured the globe to bring you a definitive guide on where you’re to wet your whistle – plus the price of bottled water and beer if you’re looking for a more exciting drink!
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Ever pondered what the colours of the French Tricolour represent or wondered what the motto on the Brazilian Auriverde means? So have we! That’s why over here at Just The Flight we have flown the flag of discovery and uncovered the stories behind some of the most symbolic national flags. From stars and stripes to crosses, mottos, wheels and even an AK-47 – the flags of the world are as intriguing as they are diverse, each with its own unique story to tell. So don’t get stuck at half-mast, brush-up on your flags and impress your friends with your remarkable knowledge!
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Deciding where to go on holiday can be tough – and that is why we’ve created a handy (half serious) flowchart to help you make your decision. By answering questions such as whether you’d like to travel with your family or as a couple, or whether you’re going abroad to look for love, to try different food, or to fall in love, we will lead you right to your perfect destination.
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Everybody knows that New York is commonly referred to as The Big Apple, and everybody knows Paris as The City of Love - but not everybody knows why! Here at Just The Flight, we have explored cities all over the world and found out the story behind all of their nicknames. We explain the history behind why Venice is called The Bride of The Sea, why Athens is called The City of Violet Crown, exactly why Chicago is called The Windy City despite it not actually experiencing that much wind, and more!
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Traveling the world is usually about escaping the stresses of everyday life and finding beautiful new places to relax, but the thrill seekers out there would define travelling very differently. Whether you want to swim with crocodiles, walk across a narrow wooden plank 100m in the air or climb a harsh mountain that has claimed many lives over the years, our infographic has it all. We have compiled a list of the most dangerous tourist attractions in the world. Or in other words, a daredevil travellers bucket list!
Wherever you are in the world, Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to showcase your love for someone. Whilst some people love being showered with flowers and gifts, sometimes a simple (and sincere) ‘I love you’ can be the most romantic gift of all – but that’s not as universal as you might think! Luckily we’ve produced an infographic that explains exactly how to say these three beautiful words in 50 different languages.
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Some of the most iconic and memorable locations exist only on the big screen, within the pages of books or the panels of comics. Popular culture and literature have gifted us such unforgettable settings as Batman’s home Gotham City, George Orwell’s super state Eurasia, and home of the Hobbit, The Shire. But, as none are accessible by plane, train nor automobile, we have compiled a list of 50 real life places where you can visit your favourite fictional destination.