Well, it seems like airlines have finally reached their boiling point in regard to the capacity constraints at Heathrow Airport in the UK. In fact, airlines have said that they are moving their flights out of the UK as a direct result of these constraints. This goes against the government believing that airlines would move [...]

The Post Office cautions about travel insurance

Posted on: January 25th, 2010 Posted by Abi Bray

As skiers flock to the Alps for a promising winter holiday, The Post Office wants to caution its clientele about the importance of travel insurance. It wasn’t to remind holiday makers of the all to important step towards accomplishing all travel preparations is to check that travel insurance policies haven’t expired. According to a recent [...]

InterContinental Alpensia Pyeongchang Resort opened its doors just in time for the busy Korean sky holiday season. Located only two and half hours drive from South Korea’s capital Seoul in the Taebaek mountains, InterContinental Alpensia Pyeongchang is the country’s newest mountainside resort. The new resort features 238 rooms offering guests a retreat option which combines [...]

Gear Up For Ski Season Now

Posted on: November 16th, 2009 Posted by Abi Bray

According to carrentals.co.uk, earlier and heavier than usual snowfalls have prompted travel business experts to encourage holidaymakers to make their winter vacation bookings as soon as possible. In order to avoid disappointment, slopes enthusiasts of have been urged to make their snow season bookings of car rentals and holidays early due to a net increase [...]

Record year in the works for European ski resorts

Posted on: November 10th, 2009 Posted by Abi Bray

Unseasonably heavy snowfalls have given a real boost to Ski resorts in the Alps which have kicked-off their season earlier than ever. Over the last few days, skiers and snowboarders took advantage of amazing conditions for this time of year and a string of European resorts started their season earlier than usual thanks to 20ins [...]

Eastern Europe best deal for ski holiday

Posted on: October 14th, 2009 Posted by Robert Jones

Ski and snowboard enthusiasts feeling the pitch of the recession this winter should opt for Romania, according to a recent industry report. In its 2009/10 edition, the Post Office Ski Resort Report points to areas in Eastern Europe, led by Romania and Bulgaria, as the spots which offer the best value for skiers at the [...]