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How Emerging Markets are Driving Air Travel Growth

According to National Geographic, less than 20% of the world’s current population has never stepped aboard an airplane. However, thanks to emerging markets, this statistic is expected to decline considerably overthe next two decades. Countries across the world are now entering the flourishing aviation sector, as air travel is expected to soar in Asia significantly. Find out how emerging markets are driving air travel growth. The Comac C919 Aircraft A historic moment in aviation occurred on 5thMay 2017, and you might not have even heard about it! It was on this day that China’s first large commercial aircraft, the Comac…

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Taking the Stress out of Your Next Holiday

Holidays are relaxing, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t come with their share of stress too. Be it in regards to booking, packing, travelling or budgeting; there is always something about a holiday that can make it way more stressful than it needs to be. After working hard all year, you don’t need anything else bringing you down or using up your energy, which is why you should be doing all you can to take stress out of your next holiday. To see how to do this effectively, make sure to read on. Go all inclusive When you go…

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Must-have sofas to transform your living room

When you’re on the hunt for a new sofa, it can be difficult to know where to start. When in doubt, I think it’s best to stick to the classics, so I’ve rounded up four traditional bestselling sofas below, all sure to transform your living room in seconds. The Chesterfield 18th-century aristocrats loved this sofa shape, and it’s not hard to see why. Featuring rolled arms, a buttoned back and usually upholstered in either butter-soft leather or plush velvet, this beautiful British style is a true sofa classic. On my wishlist is the Darcy, a gorgeous plum style by Arlo…

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How to Move on From Your Current Car

No car lasts forever. Throughout a driver’s lifetime, multiple cars will be bought to replace those that are ageing or breaking down. Moreover, in Britain, the demand for cars is certainly up there in terms of popularity. In the end, there’s no middle ground; a car without potential goes straight to the scrap heap, and everything else is bought, sold and driven. Of course, this can simplify things a bit. It can be hard to move on from your current car, whether it’s fond memories or financial barriers. Consequently, here are a few tips to help you see it done.…

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Guest Post: Home Security While Travelling

Before travelling away, don’t forget to protect your home from burglary. Empty homes are more likely to be burgled, so extra measures should be taken to reduce the risk of returning to an emptied home.   Here are some of the top dos and don’ts to protect your home while away:   Do try to make your property appear occupied. Burglars normally avoid occupied properties and as a result, they will think twice before breaking into your home if there is a possibility that it’s not empty. There are several ways to make your property appear occupied; one of the best and…

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Hotel vs Self Catering Holidays

Have you decided to treat yourself, your family or your partner to a Lake District break this year? Then you’ve made a smart choice. The Lake District is Britain’s favourite national park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where the light plays on the cloud capped mountains and sparkles off the lakes. The ideal place to relax and recharge your batteries whether you’re looking for an action packed family holiday or time away as a couple.  But should you book into a hotel or go self catering for your Lake District break? There are pros and cons to consider for…

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