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EUclaim, a leading flight compensation company, has revealed the most complained about British airlines for the first half of 2016. So far EasyJet is topping the list, with EUclaim reporting an increase in complaints for the airline each year for the past three years. Coming in second on the ‘Carriers of Shame’ list was Ryanair, whose complaints have more than doubled in the last year.
Holiday selfies have become a key part of travelling for anyone with a smart phone, but now the Plitvice Lakes National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated in the mountainous area of central Croatia) has urged tourists via Twitter to ‘respect’ themselves and stop taking ‘stupid and dangerous’ selfies.
According to official statistics, you are now more likely to die from a selfie related accident than a shark attack. These unbelievable figures come after a string of tragic deaths, including the electrocution of a teenager and the falling of a tourist down the Taj Mahal steps.
Going to a new destination is always extremely exciting, but without researching the local laws and customs before you depart, you could quickly find yourself in hot water. Imagine waiting for the tube in London, then someone jumping the queue and barging on without letting anyone off first – in the UK this would be seen as extremely rude, but in other cultures this is the norm. You must ensure you’ve done your research to avoid offending locals and even police officials.
David Mayman made history this month by becoming the first man to fly a jetpack around the Statue to Liberty. Mr Mayman spent 10 years engineering the JB-9 JetPack with his colleague Tyler Nelson, and hopes that they will soon be widely available to the public.
Air travel can be the best and worst part of travelling, the pros include the excitement and anticipation of a new adventure, the cons include queues and long delays. However, a new high speed aircraft is promising to change the way we travel by air forever.
After 10 years in the Armed Forces, Prince Harry has decided to leave the military this June. During his army career Harry served two tours in Afghanistan, and the fourth in line to the thrown said the decision had been ‘tough’ for him to make. To give himself time to figure out what he wants to do next, the Prince is planning his second gap year.
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