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HS2. Yes, the new high-speed railway line is woefully late and over-budget. Getting more and more absurd. But must be inter-city, not inter-suburban. (NB Labour has promised to build the whole line, including the eastern leg to Leeds; I will be watching). independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Flybe collapse: updated explainer including more on: "Rescue fares" from BA, easyJet and Ryanair. Prospects for staff (BA/easyJet are inviting Flybe staff to apply for jobs). Passengers owed money by Flybe for delayed/cancelled flights (unlikely to see it) independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Taking your travel questions live from Istanbul on my weekend Instagram Live very soon – likely to be starting at 5.40pm, 10 minutes later than usual. But will be answering as many as I can in 20 minutes. bibliogram.fdn.fr/simon_calder/?…
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Flybe closes down, again. So sad for the staff to lose their jobs, though British Airways and easyJet are already inviting applications. Passengers with forward bookings: all you need to know about rescue fares and claiming back the cost of your flight.🔽 independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Rescue fares for Flybe passengers. Those booked to fly up to 5 February: easyJet is offering a fare of £49 for domestic/£79 intl including a 15kg hold bag. Call 0330 5515151. BA: one-way fares of £50 including a 23kg bag on Heathrow-Belfast City/Newcastle/Amsterdam. 0344 493 0787
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Train firm LNER is offering “all Flybe customers who have had their flights cancelled “free journeys on any LNER service to their destination on 28 and 29 January”. Travellers will need to present evidence of a Flybe booking for either day.
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Today's Travel Newsletter for The Independent is all about Eurostar's Fresh Air Express from Amsterdam to London, which leaves the Dutch capital four times a day with barely a quarter of its seats filled. Waiting eagerly to see the UK government's solution link.e.independent.co.uk/vie…
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Flying on holiday with easyJet this Easter? On average, the air fare has risen by almost a quarter compared with before the Covid pandemic. independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Eurostar. Ahead of the 2016 referendum, I tried to predict the effects of a Leave vote on travel and transport. One I definitely didn't have on my bingo card was: Eurostar trains being redeployed in Continental Europe because of the extra passport checks. independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Eurostar is having to leave thousands of seats unsold on trains between London, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam because post-Brexit passport checks mean stations could not cope if Eurostar filled its trains. Morning trains capped at just 550 out of 900 seats independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Most trains capacity constrained. New Eurostar CEO, Gwendoline Cazenave: “Our purpose is to grow mobility. “The pity is we cannot offer enough seats because of these station bottlenecks. "We’ve become expert in capping trains." Kent stations won't open until the issues are solved
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Rail: penalty fare now £50 (or £100 if you don't pay with three weeks) plus a full one-way fare for the journey. Maximum for Manchester-London: £284.50. Message is: if you have an opportunity to buy a ticket, you should take it. All you need to know here🔽 independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Today's travel podcast. Rail: the class struggle – from a first-class train with only a standard-class ticket. What's that about? Not fare-dodging, reporting: on Southeastern's abolition of the class divide, but leaving the posh seats for anyone to occupy. shows.acast.com/green-list-t…
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Heathrow: now more than 100 British Airways flights cancelled today due to freezing fog. If you are one of the 15,000 people caught up in the chaos, these are your rights🔽 independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Our guest in this week's podcast is Mark Smith, The Man in Seat 61 @seatsixtyone Mark shares his favourite rail journeys and helpful tips from his hugely informative website on anchor.fm/youshouldhavebeent…. With Mick Webb and @SimonCalder
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Heathrow disruption: flight cancellations for Monday now approaching 100, with many long delays too. Get the latest with our live blog. independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Other airlines affected at Heathrow: single flights on Aer Lingus from Dublin, Lufthansa from Frankfurt and SAS from Oslo cancelled, plus the corresponding outbound flights. Other London airports appear largely unaffected: no significant problems at Gatwick, City, Luton, Stansted
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Levelling Up: £45m of the fund will go on limiting the damage at Dover caused by the UK government creating a hard border with the EU. Were I one of the people who spent months preparing bids for vital local projects that were rejected, I would be furious. independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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Thanks @alastairjam and @AndyRoden1 for their wise words about the Trans-Cornwall Express (well, the Mid-Cornwall Metro, which will zig and zag its way between Newquay and Falmouth).
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