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On the 6th January 2017 a man opened fire at Fort Lauderdale airport baggage claim, injuring eight people and killing five. Everyone at Holidaysafe was extremely shocked by the attack, and our sincerest wishes go out to all of the people and families involved in this terrible incident.
On the 4th January 2017 ‘All Leisure Holidays’, which includes ‘Voyages of Discovery’ and ‘Swan Hellic’, announced that they had ceased trading with immediate effect, leaving hundreds of holiday makers stranded abroad and cancelling thousands of future holidays.
Train Guards are set to continue their Southern Rail strikes from 31st December to 2nd January, then 9th January to 14th January – strikes which have already caused major disruption for commuters. Furthermore, British Airways cabin crew are also planning strikes on Christmas and Boxing Day, which could cause misery for millions of Christmas travellers.
On Monday 19th December 2016 a lorry ploughed through a busy Christmas Market in Berlin, killing at least 12 people and injuring many more. Everyone at Holidaysafe was extremely shocked by the incident, and our sincerest condolences go out to all of the people affected.
Following the information we released last week, Hurricane Matthew is now heading towards the east coast of the United States, including Florida, with the effects likely to be felt today. If you are a Holidaysafe customer who is concerned about Hurricane Matthew, please read the information and advice below.
If you are a Holidaysafe customer who is concerned about Hurricane Matthew (which is moving across the Caribbean and reaching land in Jamaica), please read below.
Between Saturday 17th and Monday 19th September numerous explosive devices were discovered in New York and New Jersey. One bomb was detonated in Manhattan, injuring 29 people, the other devices were found by police before they could hurt anyone. Everyone at Holidaysafe was extremely shocked by the attempted attacks, and our sincerest wishes go out to all of the people affected.
The Air Traffic Control (ATC) Unions have announced more strikes on the 14th and 15th September, totalling over 13 strikes in eight months. Broadly speaking, the ATC Unions are striking against staffing and pay issues, and, although airlines are calling for tougher regulations, it seems that each strike will continue to cause misery for millions of passengers.
If you are a Holidaysafe customer who is concerned about the recent computer glitches with the British Airways check-in system, please read below.
If you are a Holidaysafe customer who is concerned about the recent forest fires in Benidorm, please read below.
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