January 2019
Recent Blog Posts

Bristol Airport Drop-Off Charges to be Axed – Free Parking

Bristol Airport announced on the 17th January 2019 that it will be introducing an on-site waiting area for taxis’ and a free drop-off facility for private vehicles. Bristol Airport is not alone, as most UK airports charge a drop-off fee, in fact Bristol is one of the cheapest in the UK with only a £1 charge levied for up to 10 minutes.

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Brexit: Brits Living in the EU need EU Driving License

The UK government has urged any British Citizens living in the EU to apply for a driving license in the country where they live. Whilst there are many (an understatement of mammoth proportions as of today) uncertainties around what Britain’s relationship with the EU will look like after the 29th March 2019, contingency planning from both government, business and individuals should not be ignored.

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No-deal Brexit – Green Card Car Rental

Will I need a green card when renting a car in the EU if the UK leaves with EU with No-deal Brexit? In short, no. UK residents renting cars in the EU will be covered by the insurance of the rental agent for their particular rental.

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Who Flies to Castellón Airport?

Located near Vilanova d’Alcolea, Cabanes and Beniloc in Spain, just 5km from the sandy beaches of Costa del Azahar, Castellon Airport (CDT) was officially opened in March 2011, however it wasn’t until September 2015 that a recognised airlines brought a regular route to the airport. Ryanair offer services to and from Castellon Airport from Stansted airport with regular routes from London’s capital on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The airline used to run a service from Bristol Airport also, but that was shelved in 2018 due to lack of demand.

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