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No traveler can truly say they know Europe if they haven't thoroughly explored two of its classic cities London and Florence.
WestJet Airlines Ltd.'s first foray into Europe positions the Calgary-based low-fare carrier to compete head-on with Air Canada in the trans-Atlantic market by the end of the decade.
Prime Minister David Cameron visits Wells Lifeboat Station after the floods. Pictured with lifeboat station crew and Norman Lamb MP, left.
People who come to London to see the New Year's Eve fireworks will be able to smell and taste the display for the first time.
Transaero, Russia's second-largest airline, has started to sell tickets for flights between Moscow and London with the leading budget airline on the British aviation market, the discount carrier easyJet.
OXFORD Airport is returning to the skies with the first of what it hopes is a number of new commerical flights.
With his gentle images of English rustic life, Peter Henry Emerson hardly seems like an artist in the midst of a major art-world debate.
Services are best in London, south east England, north west England, the West Midlands and Scotland, says the report from consultants Credo in association with the Campaign for Better Transport .
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The Rev. Frank Colladay Jr. stood at the end of the gate waiting. On the arriving plane was a passenger whose husband had just died of a heart attack on another flight.
Theatre lovers can enjoy cut-price ticket deals as venues try to fill empty seats over the festive season and into the New Year.
Passengers queue at the flight check-in desk at London's Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 after a technical problem at the National Air Traffic Services control centre in Swanwick, south England, caused long delays and cancellations at airports across the UK, Saturday Dec. 7, 2013.
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said "the Earth laughs in flowers," and there's a good chance this thought came to him while he was touring England, a country filled with spectacular gardens.
The most wanted man in South Africa, Nelson Mandela, 44, was in London on a clandestine visit to gather support for the fight against apartheid Drifting with the crowds along the Thames, staring up at Big Ben and the Gothic Revival towers of the British Houses of Parliament, the dapper figure wearing a tweed suit in the cool sunshine of June looked ... (more)
It seems Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart could be ditching the luxury as they allegedly plan to tour Europe in a camper van.
BOURNEMOUTH'S new Wayfinding town centre map is now available for free from a selection of locations across the town.