Our Most Popular Travel Blogs of 2015
Looking for some much needed inspiration for the year ahead? Then you've come to the right place. 2015 was a great year for Flight Centre. We sent people packing to New South Wales, we celebrated our 20th birthday in the UK (see below) and arranged an incredible amount of Tailor-made Holidays and Beach Escapes. So with all that in mind and without further ado, here’s a list of the stuff you loved reading in 2015:
In 2015 we celebrated 20 years of Flight Centre in the UK, and clearly you loved that milestone as much as we did.
Not as pricey as First and Business, but still a bit of added luxury and – most importantly – some extra legroom: Premium Economy really came into its own as a cabin class in 2015.
Who doesn’t get riled up about flight etiquette? From reclining chairs to chatty passengers to sad plane food, you loved reading about and sharing your views on this great debate article.
Being bumped up to First, Business or even Premium is everyone’s travel dream – even yours.
Peek behind the curtain: it’s obvious our readers just love to get under the skin of a place or activity, which is exactly what Alexandra did when travelling the world-famous Rocky Mountaineer.
Who wants a job in travel? You want a job in travel! You loved this blog, which talked about the pros of working in this incredible industry, whether you're a travel writer, consultant or an air stewardess.
Japan couldn't be more culturally different to the UK – which is why it pays to be prepared. Lauren's first-hand account of what she learnt in this diverse country got you all prepped for your far-flung Asian holidays.
It seems you guys love freebies as much as we do – did our amenity kit analysis help you pick which airline to fly with in 2015/16?
No-one wants to fall foul of criminals when they're trying to enjoy they holiday, which is why we reckon this article caught your eye. Whether you're visiting Asia, Europe or South America, these five handy tips will make you more away of your own safety, and the potential for pickpockets.