November 2018
Recent Blog Posts

When does Murcia San Javier Airport close?

The Spanish National Government has confirmed that the last flight into Murcia - San Javier Airport (MJV) will be on the 14th January 2019. All scheduled flights after this date will be automatically transferred to Corvera Airport (RMU)

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Rhinocarhire.com Win Best on the Road at 2018 Travolution Awards

Last night saw Rhinocarhire.com re-establish itself as the No.1 car rental website by reclaiming the ‘Best on the Road’ (formerly Best Car Hire Website) crown at the 13th Travolution Awards in London. Having won the award in 2010 at our first attempt when we made a splash in the car rental sector, the following years proved less successful when it came to industry awards and recognition.

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4 door Ford Mustang could be on its way

In a shock announcement, albeit unofficial at this stage, Ford has suggested that it might consider building the first ever 4 door Ford Mustang and it’s big news. Now in it’s 6th generation the iconic Ford Mustang has only ever been available in a coupe or convertible variant with strictly 2 doors. However recent chatter from Ford has lead to rumours of a 4 door Mustang being available when the much awaited 7th generation car rolls off the production line.

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UK ePassport gates to open to travellers from US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan

The UK Chancellor, Philip Hammond announced in his 2019 autumn Budget speech that visitors from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan and the United States would be able to pass through egates at UK airports if in possession of an ePassport. Electronically enabled passports, or ePassports or biometric passports as commonly known, have been in circulation since 2006, however various restrictions apply around their use.

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