The statistics are in, and they show that Britain’s least punctual plane is the Wizz Air flight W62206, which flies daily from Luton to Budapest.
Over a period of 10 months from June 1st 2013, the Wizz Air flight has never once left Luton airport on time, racking up delays over everything from two minutes to more than 12 hours, and has even been cancelled on one occasion. This amounts to a shocking total of 293 consecutive delayed departures since the plane makes the 927 mile journey daily aside from Christmas Day, and more than 176 hours of waiting time for the poor passengers.
Looking for a city break holiday, but only have a day to spare? Not to worry, British Airways (BA) are launching ‘affordable day trip’ tickets to a number of European cities. Allowing travellers the opportunity to visit cities across Europe and come home again in a day. These tickets will be available on Saturdays and Sundays, also allowing one night in a city as well.
A rite of passage for many teenagers is their first holiday alone without their parents. Many head to the party islands of Ibiza, Magaluf and Ayia Nappa. It’s a good time for kids to let lose but also a great time to grow up, well sort of as they gain some independence.