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Pilot orders pizza for plane


After being stuck on the tarmac for nearly two hours, Frontier Airlines pilot Gerhard Brandner ordered pizza for everyone onboard — on his own dime. The flight was headed from Washington, D.C., to Denver but was diverted to Cheyenne, Wyo., because of thunderstorms and lightning. The plane was grounded, and the passengers were stranded inside. Wanting to ease the tension, and feeling hungry himself, Brandner called up the local Domino’s Pizza at 10 p.m. and ordered enough cheesy deliciousness for the entire plane. And this wasn’t your typical late-night college dorm order. There were 160 passengers onboard, meaning Domino’s sent more than 36 pizzas! Source: Yahoo Travel News

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Dubai outranks New York as tourism hotspot


Dubai continues to climb the ranks in the world’s top 10 destinations and recently became the fifth most favourite hotspot for travelers, ahead of New York and other popular cities in Europe, a new MasterCard study revealed on Wednesday. Dubai is the only city in the Middle East and Africa region to make it to the top five list. London is now the number one destination city by international visitor arrivals, followed by Bangkok, which occupied last year’s top spot, Paris and Singapore. According to MasterCard’s Global Destination Cities Index, which tracks the growth of international travelers from more than 100 cities across the globe, 12 million international visitors will come to Dubai this year, an increase of 7.5 per cent from 2013. The increase in visitor numbers has helped propelled Dubai to the fifth spot, outrunning close rivals like New York and Istanbul, both of which ranked higher than Dubai last year.

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Thailand - latest advice to travellers


The Tourism Authority of Thailand is advising travellers entering the Bangkok Metropolitan area to abide by the following identity verification process: Carry your passport with you at all times, in case an officer asks to inspect it. When using airport taxi transfer services, either to or from Suvarnabhumi Airport, only use taxis with an authorised sticker from the Airport of Thailand PLC (AOT) displayed on the windshield. Taxis bearing this sticker can pass through checkpoints with ease. Tourist groups with a tour guide and tour bus are also allowed to pass through checkpoints. Passengers unable to find transport out of Suvarnabhumi Airport during Thailand’s curfew hours should make use of the facilities available at the CIP Lounges 1-4, which are located on the third floor of the passenger terminal. Shuttle bus services between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang International Airports will continue to operate as normal.

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London cabs to gridlock city


London’s black cab drivers are planning to gridlock the city’s streets on June 11 to protest what they call an “uneven playing field” caused by the entrance of Uber in the UK capital. Uber is a US-based company that operates minicabs in over 100 countries around the world, including South Africa. The company allows people to use an application on their phones to see where the closest car is to them and then book it after agreeing a set fare, which is paid by credit card. It is not so much the entrance of Uber into the market that the London Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association (LTDA) is opposing but the fact that Transport for London (TFL) allows Uber minicabs to operate without adhering to the strict regulations applied to London black taxis. Steve McNamara, of the LTDA, told eTNW that for London cabs to obtain a licence from TFL they needed to adhere to the strictest rules and regulations. “However, Uber is allowed to run without taking any of the regulations into consideration. If everyone else is following the rules, why shouldn’t they? TFL seems almost scared of them. We now just demand a level playing field.” According to Steve, over 10 000 black taxis will come together in the streets of London on June 11 to protest this “injustice”.

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Chaos expected at German airports


Flights to and from Germany are facing significant disruptions tomorrow (March 27). According to a report on GlobalPost Germany’s public sector union has given notice that workers at Frankfurt and most of the country’s other major airports will go on strike to reinforce their pay demands. The strike is scheduled to start at 03h30 and last until 14h00. Lufthansa has warned that the strike is likely to have a large-scale impact on its flight timetable. “Should employees lay down their work this Thursday, a large number of flights from Lufthansa’s home airport would need to be cancelled. The strike will primarily affect Lufthansa passengers, as evidenced by the warning strike of security personnel in Frankfurt,” comments Axel Simon, director Southern Africa for Lufthansa and SWISS. Further details around cancellations and rebooking possibilities will be made available to Lufthansa’s passengers by tomorrow afternoon.

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4x4 Adventure

The Namibian West Coast remains one of the most inaccessible places on earth.The mystique and beauty of the Skeleton Coast as well as the Namib Desert can be experienced on a unique 4x4 adventure. Learn to drive in harsh circumstances, where the Atlantic meets the dunes of the desert, and sleep under the stars of the Namib.

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Fly-in Safaris

Namibia is a vast land of great contrasts and breathtaking landscapes. Fly-in safaris are a great way to see this country, as you can enjoy spectacular views of the deserts and landscapes from the air, and you can reach more attractions in a shorter time.

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Island Holiday

Experience the unparalleled luxury of an island holiday while you relax on the beach, enjoy exquisite cuisine, are pampered in the spa or experience the rush of a variety of water sports.

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Explore the world, see the sites, enjoy the tastes and sounds, emerge yourself in other cultures and live to travel!

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Scheduled Tours

Participate in a scheduled safari organised by a professional tour operator. These packages include transport, accommodation, meals, sight-seeing trips and a tour guide.

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Ein Selbstfahrer - Urlaub in Namibia ist einiges einfacher, als Sie sich vorstellen können.

Sie möchten Namibia individuell oder in der Kleingruppe bereisen, dann wir planen und organisieren Ihre Reise nach Namibia, Botswana, Victoria Fällen und Süd Afrika ganz individuell nach Ihren Wünschen.

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Visit the best ski resorts in Europe and have a blast while skiing or snowboarding.

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