Excellent. Your Rob saved us a ton of money and did a great job with his BA booking for Anna who is going to China next week. The Project Manager was very impressed.
I would like to say a huge thank you to you all, your persistence and good humour got me through last week, plus the final flight arranged got Patrick from Bodrum in Turkey to Valencia in time for him to attend the Grand Prix!
Medway Travel simplified things – and this saved a lot of money per passenger! They keep a very watchful eye over you. Well done Medway Travel, and thank you.
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Travel After Brexit
Travel in a Post Brexit World discusses the potential impact of Brexit on the travel and how you can be prepared to tackle the impact. Whilst nothing is for certain, the guide discusses air travel, rail, passports and visas, border control and more, to give you practical tips and tricks and make you aware of what could change.
You’ll benefit from this white paper if you:
- Are a traveller yourself, both business and leisure
- Look after travel requirements for a business and want advice
BRITISH AIRWAYS – BAPLA STRIKE ANNOUNCEMENT
Unfortunately, British Airways have announced that the strike will go ahead on September 9, 10 and 27, causing serious disruption to the travel plans of British Airways customers.
British Airways are now making changes to their schedule and have been sending cancellation messages since this morning. Notification emails are being sent to customers booked on flights during the strike period. This includes some cancellations on 8, 11 and 12 September due to crew rostering and positioning of aircraft.
If you have a flight booked with British Airways on those dates, it is likely that you will not be able to travel as planned. British Airways will be offering all affected customers full refunds or the option to re-book to another date, both of which we will manage on your behalf.
Flights on BA CityFlyer, SUN-AIR and Comair are not affected.
You do not need to contact British Airways, we will be in touch.
Sri Lanka FCO Advice Update
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office now advise against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka, due to the current evolving security situation following attacks on 21 April 2019.