Gatwick Airport is rebooting. With the re-opening of the South Terminal later this month, Gatwick hopes that by the end of the Summer its capacity will be back to 85% of its 2019 operational levels.
It is two years since the airports oldest terminal was plunged in to darkness as Covid hit. Lights were turned off and the pigeons moved in. The ghost town began. But there is now light at th…
By Sarah Anglim at 10 Mar 2022
Have you ever thought of a hot holiday over Christmas? There is no time like the present to get back in the sleigh and jet off for your first hot Christmas. Its certainly an experience for those who enjoy nice cosy nights by the fire place.
Well why not take a look at what the Caribbean has to offer over Christmas. Topped as the best destination to travel to in 2022 there are hundreds of…
By Sarah Anglim at 22 Nov 2021
For some of us planning a holiday can seem to be stressful and challenging. A study in 2010, however, showed that all holidaymakers experienced a significant boost in happiness during the planning stages of the trip because, as the researchers suggest, they were looking forward to the good times ahead.
By Sarah Anglim at 10 Mar 2020
The start of February always makes parents think about half-term, and this half-term might cause more concern as this is first school holiday since the UK left the EU. Here at I love meet and greet we have been monitoring the situation closely so we can understand how people’s travel might be affected. And we have some straightforward guidance on travel during this half-te…!-->
By Sarah Anglim at 3 Feb 2020
With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away and the hope that we will start to feel a hint of spring in the air, February is one of the most romantic months of the year. If you are looking to plan a couples holiday, a surprise for your partner or even a proposal, the world is full of options guaranteed to add romance to your trip.
By Sarah Anglim at 27 Jan 2020
The Chinese New Year starts on 25th January 2020 and seeing in the New Year in Hong Kong is a great way to enjoy a traditional occasion in a modern city. The Chinese Year is based on the lunar calendar and there is some debate about the exact times, so the celebrations tend to cover several days, if not weeks. You can count on festivities continuing until 4…!-->
By Sarah Anglim at 23 Jan 2020