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“On the day I always carry tissues, fresh breath spray, headache tablets and stain remover. I’m prepared for any mini-crisis!” WEDDING PLANNER SANDRA JN BAPTISTE, P42


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eyoffers.com/jetset and enter the details of every flight booking until February 28.


MALAYSIA RELAXES LUGGAGE RULES Malaysia Airlines is giving passengers an additional 10kgs free baggage allowance in every class. Economy-class passengers will be allowed 30kgs standard baggage allowance, business-class passengers will be entitled to 40kgs and first class travellers 50kgs. The airline is also reducing its excess baggage charges.


The Harlem Globetrotters head to Minehead Win flights to the UAE capital with Etihad


FLY BUSINESS TO ABU DHABI Etihad Airways is giving agents the chance to win a business-class trip to Abu Dhabi, as well as other prizes. Agents can register at


NEW MONTEVIDEO-LONDON LINK Air Europa will link Montevideo and London via Madrid three times weekly from June 3 with the opening of a new route. The flight will leave Gatwick at 17.15 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays via Madrid, landing in Carrasco airport early the following morning. The return flight will be at 11.45 every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.


DOUBLETREE HEADS DOWN UNDER DoubleTree by Hilton is to enter the Australian market after signing an agreement with BG Group. The four properties will join Hilton Cairns as a portfolio of five BG properties.


CAPTURING THE COLOMBIA MARKET Holiday Inn is expanding in Colombia


with the signing of two new hotels in the north-east cities of of Bucaramanga and Cucuta. It will bring IHG’s hotel pipeline in Colombia to five hotels. Both open in 2014.


SLAM DUNK IT WITH BUTLINS Butlins Minehead resort is hosting the Harlem Globetrotters on their “You Write the Rules” tour in November. A three-night break to see the legendary basketball team starts from £127pp.


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