5 Great European City Break Destinations

Sometimes there’s nothing better than a city break. Exploring the streets, staying in a fabulous hotel, discovering the attractions and indulging in the local cuisine. Whether it’s just for a long weekend or an extended stay, a city break can offer the perfect escapism. Here are five great European city break destinations… Copenhagen Denmark’s capital ... Read the full article

Seattle – The little gem of the Northwest Pacific

Seattle is commonly referred to as the Emerald City, thanks to its enviable position surrounded by evergreen forests, picturesque mountains and the Puget Sound. There are a multitude of reasons to visit Seattle, from neighbourhoods with their strong personalities, a ‘farm-to-fork’ food scene and many fantastic museums, this truly is a city with something to ... Read the full article

Canada’s Culture and Cityscapes Await

Canada is the world’s second largest country by surface. Renowned for its untouched natural landscapes, vibrant and diverse cities and its mix of culture, history and adventure, its little wonder annual visitor numbers are increasing. We have been chartering private jets to and from Canada for our clients for many years. Below are the four ... Read the full article

Make time for Morocco

In the North of Africa lies the vibrant country of Morocco which borders both the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Its place at the North of Africa and proximity to Europe has meant that there is a wealth of cultural influences throughout the country including Arabian, Berber and European. Marrakech and Casablanca are two of ... Read the full article

8 Places to Visit in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is a small country in western Europe that is famous for its incredibly flat landscape, winding canals, vibrant cities and its wealth of culture. As a country full of so much diversity it’s the perfect place for any traveller. Whether you’re looking to explore a city steeped in history, innovative architecture, or prefer the vibrant ... Read the full article

Let Venice Romance You

There are few cities in the world that are as special as Venice. Located in north-eastern Italy in the Veneto region, the city comprises of many small islands in the Venetian Lagoon. Loved for its magical allure of stunning architecture, enchanting canals and enriched history, Venice welcomes over 20 million visitors per year. Make sure ... Read the full article

Boeing 787 – it’s more than just a dream

Since first taking to the skies in 2011, the Boeing 787 has revolutionised air travel as we know it. Designed to not only optimise airline carriers’ efficiency and open up new route networks, but also to provide their passengers with a smoother and more comfortable way to fly. From bigger windows and larger cabins, to ... Read the full article

Air Cargo Forum 2016: Aiming for new peaks in air cargo

We’re now in the final countdown to TIACA’s 28th International Air Cargo Forum, which promises to be the most important cargo event of the year. Hosted by Aéroports de Paris and Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo, innovation will top the agenda in the event held October 26-28 at Porte de Versailles in Paris, France. Over 3000 supply ... Read the full article

Houston gets set for Breakbulk Americas 2016

We’re now only two weeks away from the start of Breakbulk Americas 2016 – the largest exhibition of its kind in the Americas, bringing top-tier shippers together with project cargo service providers. Held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston from September 26-29, the event will attract senior logistics professionals from around the ... Read the full article

The Best Stages to Perform Around the World

Performing on stage is a joy for musicians and singers, but there are some stages around the world that make the experience even better. These are some of the best stages to perform around the world… Villa Rufolo, Ravello, Italy Ravello is often described as a hidden treasure on the gorgeous Amalfi Coast in Italy. ... Read the full article

An Introduction to Namur

For the last of our Belgium series we finish in the small city in the heart of Belgium and the capital of the region of Wallonia, Namur. With a population of just over 100,000 it is a modest sized city, but that doesn’t mean it has nothing to offer visitors. Although you might not previously ... Read the full article