You might’ve heard that there’s a huge football festival happening next year in this great big country called Brazil, with 32 teams from around the world competing for the most coveted trophy in world football. If you’re planning on showing your true colours by supporting your county up close, our infographic will give you all the details about taking part in the world’s biggest ever football celebration…
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Have you ever felt misled by a travel company or booking agent? Ever been relaxing on a paradise island and been infuriated by the very presence of the inconsiderate locals not speaking English? Ever raged at those pesky time zones changing when you’ve flown across the Atlantic? Sounds like you need to join us on a journey of the 18 most ridiculous and embarrassing travel complaints we could find…
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Travellers are influenced on airline choice often based on the extras they offer us: more legroom, a better assortment of films and a reputation for good food can often be the decisive factor when booking flights. Join us as we delve into the history of the airline cabin and how it has changed from the early days of air flight to the modern, technology packed cabins of today.
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Holidays were once a time of relaxation and escape but the rising use of smartphones, and their constant tide of notifications and emails, and Wi-Fi spots popping up all around the globe, has pulled the office outside of its four walls. With that in mind we decided to conduct a survey to find out how Britons really work while away on holiday…
There are thousands of airlines operating in the skies today; some of them are small independent companies, only flying from local airports. Others are huge international airlines that fly all over the world. In this infographic, Just The Flight investigates the humble origins of the world’s most well-known airlines by the ever-changing and sometimes strange world of the airline logo.
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February, we want to love you, but we just can’t. You spoil us with Pancake Day, and the short-month thing justifies several expensive shopping sprees, but then you have to drag it down a level with Valentine’s Day. So, if you’ve had enough of roses, anything red and giant heart-shaped balloons, why not jet off to Asia for a spontaneous holiday? Home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and intricate ecosystems, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re single and looking to escape the love-fest at home, or simply bored of swapping presents, cards and flowers, Asia will not disappoint.
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Some face January with trepidation – the Christmas festivities are over, and the month holds a 31 days of grappling with new year resolutions, short days and wintry weather. But January does have many plus points, and it can be a great time to take a healthy break to get those resolutions off to a flying start. Why not swap Blue Monday for some blue skies with our ideas for a healthy break to start the year…
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With Christmas and New Year’s Eve well out of the way, it’s time to start thinking about holidays for 2013. While many of you will be dreaming of lying out on a beautiful, sandy beach on a luxurious Caribbean island this summer, others will be pining after a winter wonderland of black diamond ski runs, free styling snowboard half pipes, and the best Après-ski bars and restaurants on the planet. So don’t wait around until July or August to take your well-earned holiday break, there are a plethora of incredible ski and snowboard resorts just waiting for you to hit the slopes this winter!
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During the month of December, Christmas markets and festivals have long been a festive tradition in Europe, so much so that they are beginning to pop up with more regularity in the UK. Whether you are looking for handmade decorations, regional delicacies or last minute gift ideas, Christmas markets are the place to go! Check out our run down of the most stunning, must visit Christmas markets in Europe.
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Let’s face it, bungee jumps are not for the faint hearted. Despite the majority of people struggling to see the appeal, ‘adrenaline junkies’ (as they’re known) seem to love the thought of hurtling hundreds of feet through the air towards the ground, relying only on an oversized elastic band to keep them alive! We’ve taken a closer look at this most extreme of ‘extreme sports’ to find the highest bungee jumps in the world, just in case you’d like to incorporate one into your next trip!
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