Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has once again been announced as the winner of the ‘Best Airport Parking’ category at the prestigious British Travel Awards 2018, which were held at Battersea Evolution in London on Wednesday 28th November 2018.
With passenger numbers set to double by 2036* and the Budget announcement on 29 October that e-passport gates will be extended to travellers from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, airports are looking for ways to make the process of travelling through airport security as simple and seamless as possible. Using biometric ID management at airport security checks, which uses facial recognition technology and removes the need to show a passport or boarding pass, is just one of the developments being adopted, with 63% of UK and international airports planning to invest in biometric ID management by 2020**. Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) is therefore helping savvy travellers keep up-to-date with these developments, by releasing a guide highlighting the software currently available at UK airports.
Several long-haul airlines have recently launched discounted ‘basic economy’ fares, allowing budget-conscious passengers to travel to destinations such as the USA with hand luggage only and avoid unnecessary fees. Therefore, to help savvy travellers weigh-up their long-haul options, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has put together a table comparing the new economy ticket options available on flights from the UK, available at www.aph.com/basiceconomy.
Despite nearly one in four people having suffered a smashed mobile phone in the past two years*, many electronic device users apparently still don’t feel the need to protect their gadgets when travelling abroad**. So, to help savvy travellers prepare for the worst, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has put together a handy guide comparing the insurance policies available with UK providers for taking gadgets on holiday.
As part of the £1 billion Manchester Airport Transformation Programme*, travellers commuting to Terminal 2 can expect alterations to their journey over the next couple of years including changes to the passenger pick-up and drop-off locations. To help holidaymakers avoid any potential delays on their way to the airport or in the terminal itself, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has put together a table highlighting these changes and has also created a handy infographic sharing top tips when travelling through the airport.
Following the Home Office’s announcement that passport application fees are set to increase on 27 March 2018*, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has updated its comprehensive guide highlighting the different processes available to renew or apply for a new passport, and the changes in cost for these application methods.
With the long-awaited January payday finally here, coupled with the less than desirable domestic weather, travel agents can expect to see a flurry of activity during the next few weeks from consumers looking to book a break away during 2018.
Following the introduction of Marks & Spencer food on-board British Airways flights earlier this year*, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has put together a guide comparing the in-flight food and drink available to purchase on-board short haul flights, helping passengers decide whether to pack-a-snack or buy on-board.
According to gap year travel specialists Oyster Worldwide*, September is a popular booking time for school leavers looking to secure a gap year project, following the release of A-Level results on 17 August. For those keen to add impressive foreign work experience along with their new qualifications to their CV, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) has put together a guide comparing working holiday visas for British travellers, to help gap year students plan for their year ahead.