Related Millions of Brits flying on holiday this w

first_img RelatedMillions of Brits flying on holiday this weekendMillions of Brits flying on holiday this weekendMore Brits prepared to splash out while on holiday this yearOver a third of British holidaymakers travelling on flights abroad this summer intend to spend more money on their break.Could the Slovenian football team reduce the cost of your holiday?Brits booking cheap flights to Slovenia this summer may see their travel plans refunded Tens of millions of Brits are booking cheap flights abroad ahead of their summer holiday this year following the recent spell of cold weather.According to Lloyds TSB, 35.6 million UK holidaymakers will be heading overseas for their main 2010 break, with a third of these citing the cold temperatures as the reason for heading to warmer climes.Despite a third of Brits having already booked their main holiday, almost 60 percent have yet to organise travel insurance.Lloyds TSB’s Andrew Piggot said that many holidaymakers simply forget travel insurance because it is so easy to do so.”With more people travelling abroad this year, holidaymakers really need to make sure they have appropriate travel cover to stop their holiday heaven from turning into a nightmare,” he warned.The bank’s poll also revealed that Brits aren’t quite ready to turn their backs on the UK – around a third are planning to embark on a domestic short break this year.According to VisitBritain, 15 percent fewer Brits travelled abroad for their holiday last year as the ‘staycation’ trend was embraced.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

Watch out thieves – Tesla brings its Sentry Mode to Model S

first_imgAfter launching the feature for Model 3, Tesla is now bringing its Sentry Mode security feature to Model S and Model X. more…The post Watch out thieves – Tesla brings its Sentry Mode to Model S and Model X appeared first on Electrek. Source: Charge Forwardlast_img