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Flying Adventures Around The World

Updated: Mar 14

The world of flight aviation is forever changing with new direct flights, airlines and innovations. Such as programmable blue/white LED cabin lighting changing the ambience and making it more atmospheric. Said to give you a better inflight experience. Light plays a big part in both our physical and emotional well-being, that's why it's always better to fly west.

"West Is Best, East Is A Beast" - Unknown

Flying Adventures Around The World

New Direct Flight London To Swedish Lapland

Have you heard about the launch of SAS's new direct flight from London's Stansted to Luleå in Swedish Lapland?

The twice-weekly flights depart on Mondays and Fridays through till 15th March 2021. Luleå offers a wide range of activities from the chance to join an Aurora Hide Away Dinner; join a Hovercraft tour to the Lulea Archipelago; hit the road on an Aurora hunt by car; Drive your own dogsled; drive a Snowmobile; even join in with some Ice Yoga.

Not only will you save on travel time but also the flight is predicted to make the journey 18%-20% more carbon efficient. This combined with the fact that Luleå Airport was one of the first Net Zero airports in Europe for carbon emissions – helps reduce the impact of travel to the region.

This is the perfect time to plan an adventure of a lifetime and see the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) as they put on an incredible display, dancing across the sky.

To find out more about Luleå and book local activities and guides, visit

Around The World Flights

Right now is a great time to plan for that adventure of a lifetime with an around-the-world trip.

A few years ago, I had the most amazing experience travelling around the world on a gap year. Flying with Air New Zealand on an around-the-world ticket the only dates booked were the departures from London and Bangkok, the rest was open and I just had to call with the date when I was ready.

London - Bangkok - Sydney - Auckland - Raratonga - Fiji - Tahiti - Los Angeles - London

There is nothing better than learning while travelling. It's the best education I could have hoped for. Learning about the different cultures and their customs, food, currencies, languages and of course planning. Would I do it all again? In a heartbeat, but now slightly different and have other experiences. The foam party in Cairns was a lot of fun, working as a koala in Sydney, living and working on a melon farm, they were all fantastic experiences. Today I would book to see a performance inside the Sydney Opera House and take one of the world's greatest train journeys onboard the luxury - Ghan.

What travel experiences are you looking forward to?

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