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Discuss camping sites, hostels, products and locations on Interhike
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New summer discount codes
Don't miss out on extra discounts this summer! Interhike has the latest discount codes to get up to 13% off displayed prices.
This is on top of our standard price comparison system which lets you find the cheapest place to buy your camping... more
4 new countries added to Interhike
We've now added Albania, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Serbia to our lists of European camping sites and hostels. We're still working on getting them onto the maps properly, but you can browse through them all already.
We aim to 3 more count... more
Free guaranteed next day delivery for Christmas at Extreme Pie
Now here's a brilliant idea from the great people at Extreme Pie. We've all got a few presents that we've left till the last minute and with "last posting days" pretty much upon us, Extreme Pie have announced that all orders ... more
Interhike exclusive Prague Calendar
With calendars of the Eastern European cities so hard to come by in the UK, Interhike have started creating our own. This time, we are announcing our exclusive Prague calendar. No longer do you have to travel all the way to Prague to get the lates... more
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News: Brazilian Embassy in London opens to public during Rio Olympics 2016
The British public has been invited to watch the Olympic Games at a lounge space located at the entrance of the Embassy of Brazil in central London. The lounge will showcase what lies beyond Rio, the ‘marvellous city’, and will present other tourist attractions of the State of Rio de Janeiro with its amazing coastline, historical cities and tropical forests....more
Would you like to ride a "motorcycle in the sky"? That's how one pilot describes an experimental plane he built himself....more
News: Boeing sees revenues nudge upward in second quarter
Boeing has reported second-quarter revenue of $24.8 billion on strong commercial deliveries and services growth, up one per cent on last year. GAAP loss per share of $0.37 and core loss per share of $0.44 reflect the previously announced 787 cost reclassification ($1.33 per share) and charges on the 747 program ($1.28 per share) and the KC-46 Tanker program ($0.62 per share), partially offset by solid execution and higher volume....more
News: London City Airport given go ahead for expansion
London City Airport has today received planning permission for expansion from the UK government which will enable the airport to welcome 6.5 million passengers by 2025 and inject £1.5 billion each year into the economy. The City Airport Development Programme is a £344 million privately funded investment which includes plans for seven new aircraft stands, a parallel taxiway and passenger terminal extension....more
News: Malaysia Airlines signs $2.75bn Boeing 737 MAX order
Boeing and Malaysia Airlines Berhad have announced an order for 25 737 MAX 8 airplanes, valued at $2.75 billion dollars at current list prices. The order, previously attributed to an unidentified customer on the Boeing Orders & Deliveries website, also includes purchase rights for additional 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 9 airplanes....more
News: AccorHotels in negotiations to acquire John Paul
AccorHotels has begun exclusive negotiations for the acquisition of John Paul, the leading player in premium customer and employee loyalty services. The hotel chain is seeking to acquire 80 per cent of the company for $150 million, with 20 per cent remaining in the hands of David Amsellem, the founder of the company who will remain as chief executive....more
News: Flybe seeks to overcome turbulence in European aviation
Regional airline Flybe has seen unit revenues fall during the first quarter of financial 2016/17, with the UK’s decision to leave the European Union hitting figures. The carrier saw a 3.9 per cent decrease in passenger yield, to £68.39, during the quarter, while revenue per seat fell 9.1 per cent £47.95. Saad Hammad, chief executive at Flybe, said: “Flybe continues to make progress despite significant external challenges.”...more
Focus: The Philippines, Safe for Travelers Again
If you are thinking about travel, either for business or pleasure perhaps one of the things you will consider is peace and quiet. You want to feel safe, not only on your transit but also during your stay....more
Focus: On why education truly does last a lifetime
I write this piece on how education can help you build up the skills for successful travel planning, with a tan on my skin and happiness in my heart. Fresh from an adventure in France with my wife Emma and two-year-old daughter Eliza, while fulfilling a life-long ambition of seeing England play in a major international tournament, I’m still on a high despite the alleged British summer failing to materialise before my return....more
News: Uncertain environment bites into Air France-KLM revenues
Air France-KLM has pointed to a deteriorating global situation for a fall in profits during the second quarter of 2016. The group reported a five per cent fall in revenue to €6.22 billion for the three months to June 30th when compared with the same period last year....more