Summer Holiday To Change For Britons Amid Progress In Brexit

April 29, 2017 11:11 pm1 comment
Summer Holiday To Change For Britons Amid Progress In Brexit

British Prime Minister triggered Article 50 for Brexit in March this year and with this dark clouds could be seen during the summer vacation this year even if the skies would be bright. Britons planning to go for holiday may experience issues related to the borderless travel, cheap flights and […]

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Kenya Third Most Popular African Destination For Rich Individuals

April 11, 2017 11:12 pm12 comments
Kenya Third Most Popular African Destination For Rich Individuals

Kenya has emerged to be the third top destination in Africa for rich individuals. A report reveals the country has beaten Mauritius and Seychelles. The Afrasia New World Wealth report reveals the High Net-Worth Individuals (NHWIs) highly preferred Kenya after South Africa and Morocco. In 2016 4,000 NHWI visited Kenya […]

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Climate Change Could Lead To Increased Flight Turbulence: Study

April 9, 2017 11:27 pm7 comments
Climate Change Could Lead To Increased Flight Turbulence: Study

In a new study it is found climate change can also lead to increase in flight turbulence and the risk of injury will henceforth to rise too for future airline passengers. The research was conducted by atmospheric scientist Paul Williams of the University of Reading. He said the climate change […]

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Uber Shuts Operation In Denmark Following Introduction Of New Taxi Laws

March 28, 2017 3:50 pm3 comments
Uber Shuts Operation In Denmark Following Introduction Of New Taxi Laws

New taxi laws in Denmark has forced Uber to shut down operation in the country. It comes as one of the major setbacks in Europe following problems faced in Madrid, Frankfurt, Paris and London. Spokesman of the ride-hailing company, Kristian Agerbo, said the company need to take the consequences. Major […]

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Flight Passengers From 8 Muslim Countries Barred Carrying Laptops, Tablets

March 21, 2017 12:17 pm0 comments
Flight Passengers From 8 Muslim Countries Barred Carrying Laptops, Tablets

Eight Muslim-majority countries might be offended with the new guidelines for flight passengers for any destination in the United States. Portable electronic devices including tablets and laptops now are prohibited to carry on board when they fly. The eight countries are Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and […]

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Trump Administration To Appeal Federal Judges’ Temporary Halt On Travel Ban

March 16, 2017 6:28 pm0 comments
Trump Administration To Appeal Federal Judges’ Temporary Halt On Travel Ban

Federal judges of two states have temporarily blocked the revised version of executive order and a follow-up statement from White House press secretary Sean Spicer comes confirming Trump administration would appeal to the rulings. Spicer said, “The danger is real and the law is clear.” The temporary halt of revised […]

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