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We’ve all had that sinking feeling when you step on the plane, or in the taxi departing the airport where you realise there’s something missing. There’s nothing worse than knowing there’s absolutely nothing you can do about it for the time being! Whether it’s a suitcase, an iPhone, your favourite book, your wallet or your sunglasses, it’s all extremely frustrating. Most airports have a lost and found system in place, and Heathrow Airport use missingx.com, where you can log in and register something as lost, or see if it has been found at the airport.
We had a skim through the items there and found some pretty great things that people have left behind at Heathrow Airport! Read More
Back in 2015, we ran an experiment with airports in the UK and Ireland and in May 2021, we ran it again to compare results. Initially, we wanted to see if the UK and Ireland’s airports were loud and proud tweeters, or simply the begrudging “we tweet because we have to” kind of crowd. Secondly, we didn’t just want to ask them some benign question that no one cared about; we wanted to ask them something that really mattered. Something that’s not always obvious from a quick trip to their website.
So we asked 28 UK and Irish airports via Twitter:
“Do you have dedicated mother and baby rooms for nursing mums?”
The results, needless to say, were very interesting. Below, you’ll find the 2015 results compared to the same experiment carried out in May 2021 to see if there were any changes or developments in the answers. Read More
It is not only budget-conscious backpackers who find themselves sleeping in airports. Recent storms, the volcanic ash crisis of 2010 and the Gatwick Airport drone shutdown in 2019 have all left travellers in the lurch, wondering how on earth they were going to manage to sleep. Read More