With the advent of the internet and the smart phone (along with a million other things) technology has revolutionised the way in which we travel. Not only has it affected the literal forms of transport that we use to move from A to B, but it has also had a huge impact on the whole experience of travelling in itself.
At I Love Meet and Greet, we are constantly adapting our ser…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 13 May 2014
In December 2013, new runways at Heathrow and Gatwick were among the options that were short-listed by the Airports Commission for expanding UK airport capacity. The three short-listed options included building a third runway at Heathrow, lengthening an existing runway at Heathrow and creating a new runway at Gatwick. There were also suggestions of building a new airport in the Isle of Grain in…
By Sarah Anglim at 6 May 2014
St Augustine once said: “The world is a book. Those who do not travel read only one page.” Whether you agree with that statement or not, the fact is that people are beginning to travel more and more and at I Love Meet and Greet we want to know why…
According to The Guardian, only 30% of trips over 50 miles are made for business, which means th…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 27 Apr 2014
At Gatwick Airport alone, between 1,000 and 1,800 bins are filled each month with items that have been confiscated, or left behind by rushed, panicked passengers. So where exactly do all the mobile phones, perfume bottles and sun creams go?
If you have visions of airport staff calling shot gun on certain items of lost property or lugging home suitcases filled with toiletries …!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 8 Apr 2014
Archaeological ruins and ancient texts reveal that handshaking was practised in ancient Greece as far back as the 5th century BC. At I Love meet and greet, we may not have been around to witness the invention of the handshake, but we have however participated in our fair share of hand shaking over the years.
By Sarah Anglim at 3 Apr 2014
Things are looking up at Stansted Airport; since last November when we celebrated our first anniversary, there has been growth in passengers and Ryanair has now announced its winter schedule has eight new destinations and increased 36 other flight routes from the airport.
The airline has revealed that th…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 27 Mar 2014