Media Coverage

BBC News, 3 March 2016 ‘The guided tours for people waiting for a connecting flight’ : 

As any frequent flyer can attest, there are few things more soul destroying than spending any number of hours sat in an airport terminal waiting for a connecting flight. There you are, sitting in the departure lounge watching the clock, or looking round the duty free shop for the eighth time. Bored out of your mind, you might buy some overpriced, processed food just for something to do. To add to your frustration, nearby, outside the airport is a foreign city you’d rather like to look around. It’s full of great tourist attractions, restaurants and shops. Yet you wouldn’t dream of leaving the airport to go and take a look, because not knowing the local transport system, language or geography, you are terrified that you wouldn’t get back in time, and therefore miss your flight. Meanwhile, a host of other such stopover tour firms (called “Layover Tours” in North America), have also been set up in recent years, and are equally seeing their businesses boom.” 

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