Right... I have been silent for the best part of a month now. I have been "asked" to stop posting under the username "Worldoftui" because it is a registered trademark <a href="http://www.worldoftui.com" target=_blank>http://www.worldoftui.com</a> I received a call to my <b>home</b> phone. It appears...Jump to post
Lots of times. In fact, a lot of people on here have. Take a flight from <acronym title="London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL), United Kingdom">LHR</acronym>, depart on a westerly runway and keep going pretty straight. Give it about 10 mins.... Many of the US flights go right over. Mine is the house on the...Jump to post
Way to go Britannia... back where they should be. <img src="/discussions/graphics/spin.gif" ALT="Smile/happy/getting dizzy"> But, on a slightly more serious note, having compared Britannia to the likes of <acronym title="British Airways">BA</acronym> and <acronym title="British Midland">BD</ac...Jump to post
Not an Aussie, but spent some considerable time there.... so just my 0.02AUD worth <img src="/discussions/graphics/wink.gif" ALT="Big grin"> 1. Drive in Sydney? No. If you were there longer, then yes, as there is some great stuff within easy reach. But for a short stay, I wouldn't. 2. Didn't g...Jump to post
I had heard that they were considering opening out-of-use tracks that are near <acronym title="London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL), United Kingdom">LHR</acronym> to link the airport mainline station to the Waterloo - Reading line. Would be good news to people traveling in from the west, including me in R...Jump to post
I flew from <acronym title="Chicago - O'Hare International (ORD / KORD), USA - Illinois">ORD</acronym> to <acronym title="New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA), USA - New York">LGA</acronym> with <acronym title="United Airlines (USA)">UA</acronym> and all I got was a 3.5 hour delay! <img src="/di...Jump to post
<a href="http://uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/divlott.htm" target=_blank>http://uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/divlott.htm</a> The British need not apply because the program is intended to increase the diversity of nationalities living within the USA. The UK has sent more than 50,000 citizens to the US over ...Jump to post
Today Star Alliance have confirmed that Adria and Croatian Airlines are to join as regional members. <a href="http://www.staralliance.com" target=_blank>http://www.staralliance.com</a> <a href="http://www.commercialaviationtoday.com/" target=_blank>http://www.commercialaviationtoday.com/</a> Will th...Jump to post
Britannia / Thomson flights from the UK to Monastir.... <acronym title="Birmingham - International (Elmdon) (BHX / EGBB), United Kingdom">BHX</acronym> WED 12:40 14:55 752 BY491B weekly 03/11/2004 27/04/2005 <acronym title="Bristol - Lulsgate (BRS / EGGD), United Kingdom">BRS</acronym> WED 11:50 14:...Jump to post
All of the major UK tour operators have been offering this service for years. The airline will endeavour to allocate you seats together on both the outward and return flights, although, as with the scheduled airlines, NO GUARANTEE can be given. The choice to pay to guarantee seats together offers pe...Jump to post
Sent loads of customers to the Ameritania - never had a issue. Not a glowing recommendation for you, but its a start.
I have heard good about the Pickwick, and also the Skyline Hotel - it has a roof top pool which would be nice if the weather is good.
The Radio City apartments? They are abut 20 studios / apartments. Not fancy or anything but good value and clean. Not my first choice, but for a budget option, it was great. Basic cooking stuff so breakfast was cheap - big fridge to keep some beers in before you go out of an evening. The US is prett...Jump to post
I stayed with 3 mates at the Radio City Apartments one year. Very good value, and funnily enough, just opposite Radio City which is near Times Square. <a href="http://www.radiocityapartments.com/" target=_blank>http://www.radiocityapartments.com/</a> Other recommendations include the Carlton Arms an...Jump to post
<i> forgot what we had for dinner. I do remember it was something with chicken, and it was good. Served with a salad, dinner roll, and crackers & cheese.</i> Hmm. Sounds like any airline meal. hehehe <img src="/discussions/graphics/biggrin.gif" ALT="Big grin"> Sounds like you enjoyed your fligh...Jump to post
<i>If the seats are available, from coach you will need a lot of miles to upgrade. You need to upgrade to Biz then First, separate amount of miles each. It's 30,000 miles each upgrade one way from Y to J on non full fares. You could also pay through the nose. </i> Just to clarify, United only allow ...Jump to post
<i>Get GMail because it is fast, ran by Google, contains no bloat, and gives you 1GB of storage.</i> I am quite happy with my hotmail, certainly not unhappy enough to leave. Plus it works well(ish) with Outlook, so prety convenient. Hmm, I have 2000MB of space on my Hotmail. How did that happen? MarkJump to post
Soon, MyTravel UK will only be operating the Airbus types.
British Med too.
<i>Hey... Just was curious if there are any other gay a.net members in the New York / Long Island area... would be interested in chattin if there are. Let me know. P.s. Please don't take offense to the post. It's merely a way of finding some new friends with similar interests. </i> I saw this simply...Jump to post
If they are north of London, then for transatlantic flights <acronym title="London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL), United Kingdom">LHR</acronym> is the best bet, as <acronym title="London - Luton (LTN / EGGW), United Kingdom">LTN</acronym> and <acronym title="London - Stansted (STN / EGSS), United Kingdom"...Jump to post
<i>You mention <acronym title="Detroit - Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW / KDTW), USA - Michigan">DTW</acronym>, but no airline flies ns from there to <acronym title="London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL), United Kingdom">LHR</acronym>. <acronym title="Northwest Airlines (USA)">NW</acronym> flies to <acrony...Jump to post
Try this link (it's further up)
<i>I'm pretty sure that Neos is no longer connected with TUI hence the differences. </i> Yup. My bad. Not a TUI company. BTW Welcome to A.net Sian. Prepare to watch your <acronym title="Royal Air Force (United Kingdom)">RR</acronym> rise astronomically. <img src="/discussions/graphics/wink.gif...Jump to post
Cuba is predicted to experience massive growth from the UK market. It has "mass-market" appeal. It will fall into the budget of many people who often have chosen to travel within Europe. Unfortunate though it is, the Dominican Republic has suffered from some poor publicity which has / had been the i...Jump to post
<i>They used to use the A300 on services to Florida but with a stop at Bangor.</i> I didn't realise that. I flew <acronym title="Mount Cook (MON / NZMC), New Zealand">MON</acronym> from <acronym title="London - Gatwick (LGW / EGKK), United Kingdom">LGW</acronym> to <acronym title="Orlando - Internat...Jump to post
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<i>Are the A300's capable of flying non-stop to Florida, Caribean and Mexico???</i> I believe they used to operate them direct to Orlando non-stop. Not sure about the rest. As for the upgrade, this is good news. They were perfect for short flights, but the standard seat pitch must have been painful ...Jump to post
<i>I wouldn't waste your time and effort - as said, the Britannia name won't be around for much longer The airline will soon be completely rebranded as Thomson.</i> Yup. In fact, it has pretty much gone already. No references to it on board, or in the Inflight Magazine, or in the Thomson brochures. ...Jump to post
"Juice" - Sounds vaguely disgusting. Was given to me in school at the age of about 7 and lasted throughout my school years. At least no one knows it now. Oops <img src="/discussions/graphics/wink.gif" ALT="Big grin"> "Babycakes" - Just received this one from my work colleagues. Was a No. 1 son...Jump to post
I remember this advert from my childhood! 1984 I think it was... How weird........
3 of the major charter carriers in the UK use letters for all of their flights..... Britannia / Thomson <acronym title="Britannia Airlines (United Kingdom)">BY</acronym> - ###A Outbound / ###B Inbound First Choice <acronym title="Kalispell - Glacier Park International (Flathead County) (FCA / KFCA),...Jump to post
Very funny! For the Brits on here, these quotes may be familiar to you. For everyone else, these quotes are from a <acronym title="Virgin Express (Belgium)">TV</acronym> character called "David Brent" who was the star of a show called "The Office" - a fake fly-on-the-wall documentary about.... well....Jump to post
It is not only possible, it happens. <br><table align=center border=0 width=500><tr><td><center><font color="#EEEEEE" size="1" face="ARIAL, Helvetica, Geneva"><a href="/open.file/211081/L/" target="_blank">View Large</a> <a href="/open.file/211081/M/" target="_blank">View Medium<br><IMG SRC="/photos...Jump to post
Economic Left/Right: -3.12 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -5.13 Call me Ghandi! <img src="/discussions/graphics/wink.gif" ALT="Big grin"> Having said that, I am with Jasepl on this one. Some of the questions I really did not have much of an opinion on. Still, only a bit of fun... MarkJump to post
Spanair does not operate its own aircraft to <acronym title="London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL), United Kingdom">LHR</acronym>. <acronym title="London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL), United Kingdom">LHR</acronym> must also do pretty well for oneWorld too - other than Lan, doesn't <acronym title="London - Heath...Jump to post
They are renaming Teesside Airport? Why? I read an article in a trade paper that stated that they were changing the name from Teesside to, get this, <b> Durham-Tees Valley</b>. Mmm - catchy. Anyone else hear this? Is this a British phenomenon or is it happening everywhere? What is going on? First th...Jump to post
At the moment, I put in the bare minimum that I can, considering it is so boring and I have no interest in it whatsoever. So basically, about 39 hours a week, Monday to Friday 0900-1730. In my previous role, it was closer to 60 hour weeks, with weekends and bank holidays all being normal working hou...Jump to post