A VIDEO has gone viral after airport staff were caught playing on the job. Using the signing wands as lightsabers, the men commence to battle like Jedis on the tarmac.
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These days, you can travel the world for a lot less than you may think. After all, it’s easier than ever to find great deals on everything from luxury hotel rooms to international flights. By now, you probably know how to set up price alerts on KAYAK or find cheap airline fares via Hopper, but there are also some lesser-known sites that can help you save a ton of money on flights. In addition to the three best websites you should use to find cheap flights, here are three under-the-radar tools that you should take advantage of:
The sun is finally here after a pretty unforgiving winter. And in keeping with the great British tradition of stripping straight off, it’ll feel like half the UK population is hitting a beach this weekend. With this in mind, here are some of the best seaside towns to visit in Britain, should you wish to join in with the fun.
GOOGLE Earth makes exploring the world’s most amazing places accessible, bringing real-life footage directly into your bedroom. In Arizona, Google has captured the world’s best preserved meteor crater, which was carved into the earth over 50,000 years ago. Is this proof of aliens? Some believe it is.
VIRGIN Holidays has announced a three-year deal worth $300,000 (£213,000) to move dolphins who have been held captive to a brand new sea-pen. The deal is with non-profit organisation the National A…
Can any airline passenger, however confident, genuinely claim never to have felt a frisson of fear? I like to think I am sufficiently rational and steeped in statistics that show how flying has become implausibly safe. But in the event of a go-around — when, well into the descent, the aircraft suddenly soars because of a problem on the runway — I involuntarily grip the armrests.
STRATOLAUNCH, the largest plane in the world requires two cockpits and six jet engines to make it into the air, is set to make its first official flight in the next few months - would you take a flight?
It is top of the Henley & Partners – Kochenov Quality of Nationality Index, which ranks nationalities based on economic strength, human development, peace and stability.
Chalet Black Pearl is luxury chalet of the week
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Ten miles into my cycle across Louisiana, I roll to a stop alongside a field of golden corn. A solitary crow notes my arrival with a deep squawk, and a warm breeze whistles through the empty windows of a derelict farmhouse. When I WhatsApp a friend an image of the crumbling structure he replies: “Don’t go near that building.” But while the setting might resemble the backdrop of an eighties horror film, Louisiana’s rural charm has already won me over.
NATIONALITY means more than the colour of your passport, it defines a country and the person. The Quality of Nationality Index (QNI) has revealed today the best nationalities in the world - where does the UK rank?
A towering bong, cannabis spa and pot party bus are among attractions entrepreneurs are creating as cannabis tourism becomes more popular across U.S.
A guide to the best seaside hotels in Britain, including the top places to stay for families, kids and couples, featuring infinity pools, sea views, excellent fish restaurants, impressive spas and charming rooms, in locations such as Cornwall, Brighton, Norfolk, Suffolk, Dorset, Isle of Wight and Jersey
There's only one place to go when the hot weather hits... and it just got even cheaper
FANCY chefs have great taste in food – but it usually comes at astronomical prices. Until now… some of the biggest names in the restaurant business have revealed the cheap places where …
A deep-soaker bathtub is perhaps the truest hotel indulgence. One thing that can make it even better? A sweeping view out of the window into gorgeous landscapes and skylines.
Flight attendants notice what you're wearing - and it could get you upgraded
FLORIDA could see a number of popular tourist beaches close thanks to a new law that means private landowners can shut them down, which is coming into place later this year.
There are quiet places to enjoy California's fantastic redwood trees, away from the national park crush of visitors.
Western lowland gorilla Shanga, who’s part of a troop at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, gave birth yesterday morning. Her baby is yet to be named.
Honor the historic contributions of African Americans on a four-day tour this fall to the nation’s capital offered by Friendly Excursions.
Think eating in Paris is expensive? You might be doing it wrong. Although restaurants can charge sky high prices and even cafes can be obscenely expensive, there’s no need to risk a €20 croque monsieur. Here are 10 of the best places in town that will feed you for under €10.
This deal is for travel Nov. 1-20 to the Indian Ocean island republic. Its 115 islands have a mixture of influences from Africa, Asia and Europe, especially France.
"We ... hope you will allow us another opportunity to restore your confidence," a letter from the airline said.
THE opening of Blackpool’s Icon rollercoaster has been hotly anticipated for months – and there’s now an official date to go and ride. The ride will be open to the general public …
Want an unusual camping experience? Consider the Oak Flat fire lookout tower, which is for rent. The upside? An incredible view of the Kern River Valley. The downside? You must bring your own food, water and gear.
London's transport system is facing its limits
The vice president of Imagineering has worked on the park since it opened; now he speaks about its past and future.
What's it like on Norwegian Bliss, the giant new ship from Norwegian Cruise Line? USA TODAY offers an exclusive first look in advance of the vessel's maiden voyage.
Restaurants around the country are embracing gargantuan dishes designed to catch social media buzz.
There are few public swimming pools that can match the new Waterfront Culture Center in Copenhagen for wackiness. It features huge brick pyramid structures.
History museums, attractions and destinations around the country are emphasizing the civil rights story in an age of renewed activism around race and equality.
SOME airlines are considered so unsafe that they aren’t allowed to fly within the European Union – ever. That’s because they’ve been banned from flying within EU airspace by the European Unio…
A GIANT inflatable unicorn park exists in the Philippines for every holidaymaker who thinks that selfies are a key part of any trip abroad. The inflatable island in Subic Bay in the Zambales provin…
The largest plane ever built – backed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and his company Vulcan Aerospace – is set to take full flight for the first time within months. Known as Stratolaunch, the huge aircraft is so big that it requires two cockpits and six jet engines to take off. The aircraft also has a wingspan of 385 feet, over a hundred more than the average football pitch.
A DRUNK British Airways pilot was hauled from the cockpit of a plane after he appeared to be inebriated to cabin crew and smelt of alcohol. Police removed him from the 300-passenger flight.
PICTURES from the Southwest Airlines emergency this week where a female passenger was partially sucked window revealed that none of the passengers were wearing their oxygen masks correctly. Everyon…
Once upon a time in West Norwood, way back in the late 20th century, I ate a hash cake that froze my brain for 24 hours. Thirty minutes after ingesting the offending object, I felt nothing at all. Then I made the amateurish mistake of looking at my own reflection in the mirror of a pub toilet. What I saw wasn’t me at all. I had morphed into something green and grotesque: a teenage gargoyle with bloodshot eyes. Profoundly freaked out, I rushed back to my bedroom, where I spent the rest of the weekend watching back-to-back episodes of Miss Marple.