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Everything chic, cultural, regal, standard, abnormal and definitely quirky!
I wish there was one word to describe London but there isn’t. The city is very large and full of everything cultural, quirky, regal, standard and abnormal. Almost anyone can fit into the London scene. For this edition of Executive Traveller, we are taking you round Quirky London, through chic arcades, quirky museums, and boutique style hotels and shopping.

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March 2010

Views from the Travel Economist

Why we should worry about travel services and fees as we slowly emerge from the recession.

Travellers have to pay attention to what airlines are offering before they book their flights. Those were the days when airlines will move heaven and earth to ensure that you enjoy your flight with them. Once debts start straying into the economic growth of airlines, economic growth tends to slump and then airlines start finding ways to charge for almost anything.

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Dukes of St James

Duchess rooms, a female general manager, mothering Sunday treats and James Bond style martinis – whatever happened to rogues and royalty?

Historique Dukes in St James’s Place has a new General Manager, Debrah Dhugga so Executive Traveller ‘popped in’ to see how the old place was fairing and what Debrah had in store for Executive Travellers. Debrah says “These are challenging times for the hotel industry but with a stunning product and a strong team, I am confident that we can continue to stand out from the crowd”. So what has Debrah got in mind?

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Chandos House

Not just for weddings and celebrations

Located in the quiet Queen Anne Street to the north of Oxford Street and between Portland Place and fashionable Marylebone Village, Chandos House, the Royal Society of Medicine’s (RSM) second home is not just renowned for Weddings and Celebrations, it is also a popular destination for those looking for a boutique-style hotel style accommodation in London.

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Cruise Diary

Time to wine and dine at the Captain’s Table

HMS Belfast which was launched in March 1938 and served throughout the Second World War, playing a leading role in the Battle of North Cape and in the Normandy Landings, is celebrating the completion of a £250,000 restoration and refurbishment programme. Explore the Admiral’s quarters with us.

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Travel News Update

Virgin Atlantic will now fly to Ghana’s Capital Accra
Three services per week from 24 May 2010

Virgin Atlantic, one of the world’s leading airlines will be launching flights between Heathrow and Accra, the capital of Ghana, from 24 May 2010. The airline plans to operate three services a week, subject to government approval, using an Airbus A340-300 aircraft with 240 seats onboard -34 Upper Class, 35 Premium Economy and 171 Economy.

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Top tips for every traveller

Tip #5– Travelling to the USofA?
New TSA Passenger information

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a US government entity, has announced the implementation of a new directive known as Secure Flight Programme. Secure Flight was developed by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and is designed to enhance the security of commercial air travel.

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