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London’s Piccadilly Circus lights go off for longest since World War Two

LONDON, Jan 17 — For the first time since World War Two, the giant illuminated billboards that have lit up London’s Piccadilly Circus for over 100 years have been switched off for an...

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Airbus rethinks the passenger experience with Transpose aircraft project (VIDEO)

NEW YORK, Jan 17 — From hitting the gym or chilling out in a spa to dropping off the kids at a play zone, in a few years, passenger-carrying aircraft could be entirely modular, offering all...

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Adventures in space: New carry-on rules

NEW YORK, Jan 16 — It’s the first year that United Airlines will be offering “basic economy” fares — the lowest prices on a particular flight, but with notable restrictions such as:...

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No plans to withdraw flights to Perth, says Malaysia Airlines

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 16 — Malaysia Airlines said it has no plans to discontinue flights to Perth or any other Australian destinations. This was in response to Tourism and Culture Minister...

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Exploring Oliver Twist’s London

LONDON, Jan 16 — I like bookstores that shelve fiction, nonfiction and travel guides together by destination. But can you use a novel as a guidebook? Certainly tourists flock to fictional...

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‘Brexit tourists’ take advantage of weak pound, survey shows

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