Ms Rotterdam in the Norwegian fjords.
Heathrow to Lusaka
Some of the more obscure African routes from London are a result of Britain's colonial legacy. The British Airways flights to Lusaka in Zambia are a classic case in point. It's primarily a route for those travelling on business or visiting family, although Lusaka is a minor hub for connecting flights on to other more tourist-friendly spots in southern Africa. Think Zambian businessmen and diplomats sitting next to off-the-beaten track safari fans.
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The idiot that wrote this article must be some soft southerner who thinks that it`s "grim up North" & we all walk about in flat caps, wear clogs & own wippets.
Robin Hood Airport is a great airport, yes it may be small but it`s far from being a shed in a field & we locals don`t just go to the costas or Poland, some of us have extensive travel experience, yes flying from Robin Hood.
I suggest you do some research before making insulting & vacuous remarks.
David Whitley, contributor, MSN Travel
Doesn't say what credentials he has to make him a suitable or knowledgeable contributor does it? Maybe he runs an ice-cream stall in Bognor? Another very poor article written by someone who knows nothing about the subject and has not bothered doing any research.
disgusted by the doncaster airport comments, it's a fantastic airport with a lot going for it, the newest airport in the U.K, one of the longest runways in britain, it has on of the cleanest terminals and quickest checkins. not to mention the history of the area, old RAF base where Vulcan bombers were based ( britains main nuclear deterrant at the time) and considered so important it had bomber command nearby.
I think you david whitley owe people who believe in the airport and area to grow and become a much bigger endeavor an apology for your short sightedness, if you dont like it then fine, but a shed in a field, it's terminal has a capacity of 2.5million people per year, dont think the average garden shed can handle that!
Surely it says more about what's happened to Barbados? - standards must be slipping. But anything that gets you out of Donny fast has to be good news.