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    Aberdeen Airport, travel with ‘No Frills’

    by  • September 5, 2016 • Aberdeen, Airports • 0 Comments

    Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934, and the passenger numbers and routes have for many years, mostly served business travel for the oil and gas industry with the later addition of tourist destinations. The airport complex includes the main domestic/international terminal, plus terminals for fixed wing and helicopters servicing the offshore oil platforms. In April...

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    Where to find healthier options at Gatwick Airport – North Terminal

    by  • June 22, 2015 • Airports, England, Europe, Gatwick, Great Britain, Healthy Meals, Hydration, Snacks • 0 Comments

    Gatwick Airport’s North Terminal sees over 18 million passengers each year, with one in five passengers travelling on business.   Not surprising as Gatwick is the UK second largest airport, 30 minutes from Central London and now serves 46 out 50 of the top business destinations. With this in mind, I was curious as to...

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    7 Reasons to love Changi Airport, Singapore

    by  • April 17, 2015 • Airports, Asia, Jet lag, Long haul flights, Singapore, Travel stress • 0 Comments

    Airports are often crowded places and Changi is no exception. According to the official web site, around 148,000 passengers a day pass through with 30% of these in transit. That transit experience can leave us stressed and frazzled, or refreshed and energized.  7 Features Make Changi the Best Transit Experience For Me  Quiet: Noise...

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    Five ways to tighten your tummy when travelling

    by  • April 1, 2015 • Airports, Fitness, Jet lag, Long haul flights, Motorway services, Rail/train, Travel stress • 0 Comments

    When working and travelling on business, tightening your tummy muscles can aid your posture and subsequently your performance by helping to prevent back ache.  Strengthening your core isn’t just about looking good on the beach it also trains the muscles around your trunk and pelvis to work in harmony. This results in improved balance and stability...

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    Quality Departure Lounge food sets up a successful trip

    by  • March 3, 2015 • Airports, Birmingham International airport, City of London, Edinburgh Airport, Europe, Germany, Jet lag, Long haul flights, Manchester Airport, Melbourne, Snacks • 0 Comments

    Departure lounge food options can set you up for a successful trip.  Carol Sadler, PhD, Consultant Nutritionist, travels frequently overseas and explains some useful tips to ensure a more successful journey when travelling long distance. Travel Light The fast way in and out of an airport is with ‘carry-on’ baggage. Space in the case...

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    How to reduce the effects of jet lag prior to travelling

    by  • February 4, 2015 • Airports, Birmingham International airport, City of London, Hotel reviews, Jet lag, Manchester Airport, Melbourne, Travel stress • 1 Comment

    Jet lag is often considered to be a hazard of the job when you travel internationally on business.  Yet there are several methods which you can use to reduce the effects of jet lag.  So let’s begin with exploring simple, proven techniques that an international business traveller can implement before they commence their business...

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