Month: February 2012

Kick back in style at Gatwick’s North terminal, the UK’s leading travel add-ons provider, is offering travellers the chance to start their holiday as cool as a cucumber at the new Gatwick Aspire lounge. This new concept lounge, operated by Servisair, opened its doors on February 8 and has been carefully designed to offer guests the ultimate traveller experience. Passengers can unwindContinue reading

Honeymoon hints from

The UK’s leading travel add-ons company can’t provide newlyweds with tips for the bedroom – but it can certainly help them choose the perfect one to stay in.  Loved-up couples can start their honeymoon a day early by booking an overnight stay at the luxurious Gatwick Hilton. And those who really want to touch theirContinue reading's IT development team

Agents can now book ancillary products in less than a minute

Faster, easier booking and more products available, as part of Holiday Extras’ £1.5 million investment in web technology As agents look to maximise every opportunity to generate additional revenue, Holiday Extras has announced developments to the technology powering its websites. Partners and the travel trade will now benefit from a speedier booking process and aContinue reading

Just six per cent expect to be spoiled by their sweetheart on Valentine's Day.

Just sex please, we’re British!

A quarter of us would opt for action in the bedroom over extravagant gifts this Valentine’s As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s not all doom and gloom for the budget conscious. Almost a quarter (23%) of those polled by recently said that some good loving in the bedroom would satisfy them this year over fancyContinue reading

A relaxing start to the half-term holiday

Holiday plans won’t get frozen with

With sub-zero temperatures being forecast throughout the week, the UK’s leading travel add-ons provider has a solution to stop half-term travellers’ arrangements being put on ice. reminds families who are planning to take flight during the cold snap that an overnight stay can reduce the worry of snow and ice affecting their journey. AContinue reading