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Virgin Trains is a rail transport operator in the United Kingdom. Their brilliant online platform will let you see current timetables, delays and destinations. Book online and far ahead of the time of your trip, to benefit from the fantastic discounts available.

Thomas Cook is a legendary package holidays, hotels and flights provider that will tirelessly tailor-make package holidays for it’s customers to destinations worldwide. Thomas Cook has had to modernise in recent years to stay competitive as the online travel agent market has become saturated.

Hotels.com is an online based booking system for hotels around the world. With exclusive deals, no cancellation fees and guest reviews, Hotels.com will find your perfect stay at one of it’s 325,000 hotels. Winner of the “Online travel service brand of the year 2015”

Holiday Inn is a household name for millions of travellers around the world. They have over 3,400 locations and offer free WiFi, kids stay and eat free and a best price guarantee – otherwise your first night is free of charge.

Flybe is a cheap and budget discount airliner and the largest regional airliner based in Europe. Flybe started in 1979 and has it’s roots and UK base in Exeter. With a check-in, timetable and flight management system online, Flybe earns it good reputation at a low cost throughout the continent.

Ryanair is a low-cost, budget airline that is based in Dublin, Ireland and also has a main office in Stansted, London. Ryanair has a great online trip-planning tool that allows you to see exactly what you’ll be paying for. Use the online check-in to avoid extra charges.

Expedia is an American based travel brand that offers flights, holidays, package deals and hotels. Here you can tailor make your trip or simply check the “last minute deals” for that spontaneous holiday.

Expedia’s unique “deep discounts” makes you a saving when you book a flight with a hotel room.

Etihad is the second largest airline in the United Arab Emirates. Based in Abu Dhabi, Etihad balances excellent service from their well-travelled staff and quality of equipment as they are very particular about staying modern and impressive.

Emirates is the Dubai, United Arab Emirates based airliner that is owned by the government of Dubai’s investment corporation of Dubai. Emirates is known for it’s well priced luxury and excellent service and flies to over 140 destinations worldwide. With a 30+kg baggage allowance and in-flight WiFi, it’s a regular award winner.

British Airways – or BA is the unofficial national airline and boasts the largest fleet in the United Kingdom. Flying to over 170 destinations around the globe, BA also offers holidays, hotels and car rentals. Fly BA to experience award winning service.

Booking.com has over 800,000 hotels in it’s database with more being added daily. For hotels, B&B’s, resorts, hostels, villas and apartments, find the best available deals directly from Booking.com. Payment is usually not necessary at the time of booking your stay.

Lastminute.com is the leading online travel agent and holiday organiser that has since 1998, been offering the British public up to 35% better prices than it’s competition. Starting out as flights only, Lastminute.com expanded to include hotels, holidays and event theatre and event tickets.