If you’d never seen a howler monkey before, but heard them calling out to each other across the jungle canopy, you might easily imagine (with a degree of trepidation if you were nearby) that they were huge, gorilla-like creatures that would make short work of any pesky human that got in their way.
On 24th January 2017, Gatwick airport will undergo a huge shuffle with 3 major airlines switching between its two terminals.
Most people view ABTA and ATOL as being a ‘good thing’ but I wonder how many of them can tell you what the difference is?
As first reported by Simon Calder, Travel Editor of The Independent, British Airways have confirmed that their Gatwick fleet of 777s are going 10 abreast.
Put simply, a split holiday booking is where the various arrangements are booked through more than one provider
— Beyond The Ordinary (@tweetingbeyond) September 21, 2016
API stands for Advanced Passenger Information and, depending on where you are flying to, and the airline you are flying with, is often required before tickets can be issued.
Little known in the UK, Punta Rock originated in Belize in the 1970s and is popular throughout Central America.
An ATOL is an Air Transport Organisers Licence which allows a tour operator to put together and sell a package holiday, either via a travel agent or direct to the public. It is administered by the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) in the UK.
— Beyond The Ordinary (@tweetingbeyond) August 15, 2016