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The business travel guide to Dusseldorf from London

Whether you're flying to Dusseldorf for a short meeting, a longer project or one of the many trade fairs the city hosts, it helps to have all the essential info at a glance.


The business travel guide to Zurich from London

Get the lowdown on travelling from London to Zurich on business with our handy all-you-need-to-know guide.


4 ways to make the most of Geneva on a business trip

Heading to Geneva on business? You might be tempted to do the usual fly-in-meet-flop-on-the-hotel-bed-fly-out – but business travel doesn't have to be a drag, and you really don't need that much time to get a lot more out of your trip.


A design-lover's guide to London


The business travel guide to Luxembourg from London

Off to Luxembourg for work? Here's our essential Londoner's guide to getting there and travelling hassle-free – and why it's worth fitting in some R and R if you have some spare time.


Belgium to London in 5 minutes? 8 reasons why Antwerp is perfect for a quick city break

There are two kinds of people: the kind who've never been to Antwerp, and the kind who can't wait to go back. 


8 great day trips from Berlin

Berlin is a huge city and a hive of history, culture and nightlife. But some of the best travel treats here are outside the city proper, and there's much more to a holiday in this vibrant capital than a standard city break in the confines of the centre. There are some phenomenal day-trip destinations within easy reach of Berlin.


7 reasons why the Channel Islands are made for outdoor adventure

Heathlands and coastal paths galore, as well as the UK's only fully car-free zone. The Channel Islands are a rural paradise, and a trip to Jersey or Guernsey is a perfect escape from the city if you want to get back in touch with the great outdoors.


Beyond the Fringe: The best Scottish festivals around Edinburgh and Glasgow

Summer means one thing in Edinburgh: the Fringe. Edinburgh's most famous festival grabs the headlines as it turns the city into a circus where famous faces are only outnumbered by ones in mime makeup. But Scotland has one of the best festival cultures in Europe and there are lots of other less-known festivals that are worth heading north for.


A beer tour of Amsterdam

Amsterdam has a long history in lager, but its craft beer scene is thriving. And thanks to the Netherlands' brewing heritage the new wave of breweries in Amsterdam is highly eclectic, as are the bars where you can try their beers.


6 London travel hacks for business visitors

Coming to London on business? You'll find it's a simple city to get around – the underground delivers fast travel all over the city, while overground lines take you out to the suburbs and beyond.


All about bleisure travel: A guide to mixing work and play

If you travel on business and don't know what 'bleisure' means then you need to find out. Yes, it's more than slightly questionable as a word, but it's here to stay. Get clued up on the most important trend in business travel and what bleisure means for you.


6 big food trends for 2017 in London and beyond

Every year sees a hundred predictions for what's going to be hot in the food world. As the only airport actually located in London, it's easier for us than most to stay close to what's happening in London's dining scene, and since April sees the full programme announcement for June's London Food Month, we're sticking our necks out.


Fairy-tale castles and palaces around Frankfurt

When you're in the heart of one of Europe's great cities, country palaces and dramatic castles may not be the first thing on your mind.


The 8 best things about business travel

Business travel often divides people into two camps. To the uninitiated it can seem like a wildly glamorous lifestyle of long lunches in exotic locations with important people who are on first name terms with flight attendants. But those who routinely travel for work know it’s not always as thrilling as an episode of Mad Men (hello 4am starts, jetlag and energy drinks for breakfast). Whichever side of the fence you’re on, here are eight perks to business travel.


Your guide to a huge weekend in Dublin: St Paddy’s and the Six Nations

On the third weekend in March Dublin will come alive not only for the riotous celebration of Ireland’s patron saint, but also the final fixture of the Six Nations as England visit the Aviva Stadium. If ever there was a time to visit the Fair City, this is it. Here’s your guide to making the most of this monumental weekend.


Travelling in the Pursuit of Happiness

What is the key to happiness, and where can we find it? A recent academic study has suggested lasting happiness is to be found in experiences, like travel, rather than material objects. With this in mind, which joyous, soul-enriching experiences should we be investing in this coming year?


Amsterdam’s other art galleries

Every visitor to Amsterdam knows the Rijksmuseum, with its priceless art treasures by Rembrandt and other Old Masters, and most people make a beeline for the Van Gogh Museum’s Impressionist masterpieces. But there are dozens of other galleries waiting to be discovered that have a quirkier contemporary edge; here are some of the best.


An Unforgettable Weekend in Geneva

Slap in the heart of Europe, this buzzy, internationally minded city is perfect for a weekend break. Here’s how to make the most of it.


London’s hidden gems

As a holiday destination, London takes some beating. It’s got everything you could want – awe-inspiring tourist attractions, world-class galleries and museums, and enough restaurants to keep the most ardent foodie satisfied. But while there’s plenty to see on the surface, London is a city of truly hidden depths; one that rewards deeper exploration.


10 tips for switching off

We’re all familiar with that sinking feeling of finally beginning to switch off on holiday only to realise it’s time to fly home. You deserve a relaxing break, here’s how to ensure you actually have one.


Madrid's Best Hotel Bars For Meetings

You already know the rules about mixing business with pleasure, but Madrid is a city where it’s fun to break the rules. When it comes to planning your business meetings there are few better places than a luxury hotel bar. Whether you’re looking for a VIP-only lounge, rooftop vista or a moreish cocktail, we’ve got you covered.


A food-lovers guide to Madrid

The Spanish classics - jamon, paella, patatas bravas, gazpacho – are classic with very good reason. But the Spanish food scene has evolved hugely and the reality is that our Iberian brothers and sisters are some of the most innovative chefs in the world.


The best Spanish City Breaks

Sangria by the sea, sunsets over hilltop palaces and all-night salsa dens: Spain has everything a summery holiday maker could ask for but perhaps its best gems are found when you move away from the crowded beaches and head into the cities.


Business travel playlist

Everything is better with a soundtrack and business travel is no exception. If you’re jetting off on company time, this playlist will get you through your trip from beginning to end in true rock-star style. Download, suit up and hit the skies


Escape the Euros

Can't stand the thought of football dominating summer as the three home nations 'battle it out' for European glory in France this June? The silly chants, the wailing vuvuzelas, the endless, endless analysis…


French Connection: 48 Hours in the Dordogne

Bergerac in the south west of France, the gateway to the Dordogne, is the latest British Airways destination from London City Airport. We went to explore its rural (and edible) delights first-hand.


Making the most of a business trip to London

Arguably the most prodigious capital city in the entire world, London is a mesmeric and meteoric metropolis that is home to the very best of everything, from architecture, art and entertainment to food, fashion and high finance.


Survival tips for travelling with children

Family travel can be a bittersweet affair; it is often exciting and exhausting in equal measure. At its worst, it can be a minefield of mid-transport meltdowns and tourist hotspots tantrums, but when it’s good, it’s can be a fulfilling break of smiles, laughter and much-needed relaxation.


Minicabit's dynamic filter: Book the right cab for you

Minicabit is the official cab booking platform for London City Airport. Their smart search tool compares real-time quotes from a range of licensed cab providers who are based at your pickup point and destination.


Getting the most out of your business trip to Rotterdam

The time for Rotterdam is now. Far from playing second fiddle to big brother Amsterdam, it’s a fresh-thinking city with an ever-changing skyline and an anything-is-possible buzz.


London City Airport unveils bold new commission by East End artist to mark airport’s next chapter

Gerry Buxton took 500 photographs and spent half a day on the runway to create a vibrant print of the airport following its purchase by a new consortium


5 unusual things to do in Edinburgh

Looking for attractions and activities beyond the castle? Susie Henderson tracks down unique and unexpected experiences in and around the Scottish capital.


Balancing work with play in Dublin

The days are long in Dublin. This is a city where it’s rarely difficult to find time to unwind – partly because the centre is so compact, and partly because balancing work and play seems to be ingrained in Dublin’s nature. So if your meeting’s done for the day, or you find yourself with a couple of hours to kill before dinner, here are some ideas for things to do.


Getting the most out of your Edinburgh business trip

Stately, scenic and packed with traditional Scottish spirit, Edinburgh is a city just begging to be explored. Travelling on business means that time is often tight, but if you can escape the grind for a few short hours you’ll find all kinds of experiences on the doorstep. Here’s a handful of bright ideas to take your business trip to a whole new level.


Top destinations for 2016

Whether you’re a thrillseeker, art buff or beach lover, we pick the best destinations that should be on your radar when planning your 2016 holidays.


13 Designer and Luxury Gifts at Christmas

Wherever you’re jetting off to this December, save some time to stock up on Christmas gifts for loved ones back home.


That's a latte of coffee! London City Airport sells an amazing 25,000+ cups of coffee in October

London City Airport (LCY) has been looking into the drinking habits of its passengers, and found that more than 25,000 cups of coffee were sold last month whilst the nation’s favourite, tea, was well beaten.



London City Airport: How to explore London in 24 hours


8 tips for business travel with your family


Top travel gadgets for savvy businessmen


Business Travellers Guide to ‘Remote Parenting’


The solo woman traveller’s guide to being a savvy ‘road warrior’


8 top loyalty perks for business travellers


The Inside Track: Getting the Best Business Experience at Milan Expo


The Solo Woman’s Guide to Safe Business Trips


The Inside Track: Getting the Best Business Experience at LCY


How to Pack for Business Travel


LCY smart guide to business travel: Geneva


9 of the best apps & tools for business travellers


Booking a flight for the boss


Planning For the Future at London City Airport


Snow joke being stuck at the airport


Forty-four ways in and out of the capital


Christmas shopping and New Year celebrations


Life's affordable luxuries


Happy 25th, London City Airport!


London City Airport Celebrates 1 Millionth Flight


Tasting the Loire in Two Days


Business as usual in the heart of the greatest city on earth



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