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Travel Business News - Newcastle Airport is working in collaboration with two local COVID-19 testing companies to provide quick and affordable tests to passengers travelling from the Airport. The North East s largest airport has joined forces with Newcastle based companies NPH Group and MDNA Life Sciences to provide COVID-19 PCR tests and when possible rapid antigen and antibody tests.


New airport testing service is set to get the North East flying again

Travel Business News - North East motor dealer Richard Hardie is moving up the gears on the back of buoyant car sales and a new strategy for future growth. The Sunderland-based motors group is driving back into profit this year due to strong used car sales, the success of the new MG range and a growth in its online business.


Richard Hardie shifts focus in drive for growth

Travel Business News - The livelihoods of millions of cultural professionals have been put at serious risk over the last five months, with COVID-19 disrupting the tourism industry and holiday goers.


Three Ways to Experience Culture on Holiday During the Pandemic

Travel Business News - For many of us, spending a night away in a hotel comes with only a few basic requirements fresh bed sheets, a working shower, tea and coffee-making facilities, and adequate hygiene and cleanliness. We ve all heard the expression the customer is always right .


Inn Collection Reveal The Most Bizarre Requests and Complaints from Hotel Guests

Travel Business News - Coventry has been named as a global hotspot for culture by one of the world s best-read travel magazines. The city tops the list of destinations in the Culture and History category of the Best of the World 2021 list published by National Geographic Traveller UK .


Coventry tops global travel list

Travel Business News - With the UK still being affected by the COVID-19 regulations put in place, weekend breaks away have been placed on hold for now.


Staycations From Home Escaping Reality

Travel Business News - A Coventry company at the forefront of securing high-profile locations around the world from terrorist vehicle attacks has completed another prestigious project in London. Safetyflex Barriers won the contract to install hundreds of its award-winning Truckstopper anti-terrorist bollards in the Tower Bridge area of the capital.


Prestigious installation in London for anti-terrorist bollard manufacturer








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Travel Business News - With the UK still being affected by the COVID-19 regulations put in place, weekend breaks away have been placed on hold for now.


Staycations From Home Escaping Reality

Travel Business News - North East motor dealer Richard Hardie is moving up the gears on the back of buoyant car sales and a new strategy for future growth. The Sunderland-based motors group is driving back into profit this year due to strong used car sales, the success of the new MG range and a growth in its online business.


Richard Hardie shifts focus in drive for growth

Travel Business News - The livelihoods of millions of cultural professionals have been put at serious risk over the last five months, with COVID-19 disrupting the tourism industry and holiday goers. The economical impacts can be seen in the amount of staff put on furlough or made redundant by airlines, with travel agents and tourism boards in countries worldwide hoping for a light at the end of the tunnel.


Three Ways to Experience Culture on Holiday During the Pandemic

Travel Business News - Newcastle Airport is working in collaboration with two local COVID-19 testing companies to provide quick and affordable tests to passengers travelling from the Airport. The North East s largest airport has joined forces with Newcastle based companies NPH Group and MDNA Life Sciences to provide COVID-19 PCR tests and when possible rapid antigen and antibody tests.


New airport testing service is set to get the North East flying again

Travel Business News - For many of us, spending a night away in a hotel comes with only a few basic requirements fresh bed sheets, a working shower, tea and coffee-making facilities, and adequate hygiene and cleanliness. We ve all heard the expression the customer is always right . But there s no denying that some requests hotels have received in the past challenge this statement.


Inn Collection Reveal The Most Bizarre Requests and Complaints from Hotel Guests








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