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Airlines are more reliant on information technology than ever

Advances in passenger service systems mean airlines are increasingly connected, with consumers more integral to the development process than ever before

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Golf drives property buyers to Spain and Portugal in 2016

Golf is the driving force behind many Brits deciding to buy a second home abroad. If this sounds like you, here’s a snapshot of where to head off to on a viewing trip

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A closer look at Spain and Portugal’s property markets

It’s always a good idea to research the market of your potential new location before going on an overseas viewing trip. Property Guides takes a look at the property markets of Spain and Portugal

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How to make the most out of an overseas viewing trip

OverseasGuidesCompany.com explains how to make an international property viewing trip as stress-free as possible

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Why the happiest expats can be found in Spain

Laura Richards, Country Manager at the Spain Buying Guide, rounds up some of the reasons why Spain is one of the top destinations for British expats

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How will the currency markets be affected in 2016?

Charles Purdy, CEO of SmartCurrencyExchange.com, looks at which upcoming events could have an effect on the markets and your money in 2016


How to stay social after moving abroad

OverseasGuidesCompany.com supplies some helpful tips on how to maintain your social life and make new friends after moving abroad

The end of German hegemony

While Germany has long been considered one of the strongest figures in the eurozone, its dominant position isn’t as secure as appearances may suggest

The crisis that Europe needs

The European migrant crisis has been, among other things, a test of political competency and benevolence – one that the EU is failing

TriFan 600 looks set to revolutionise air travel

Combining the agility of a helicopter with the speed of a private jet, the TriFan 600 is set to outdo both, so long as it can secure the funding it needs to get off the ground

Travellers become experts in exploiting frequent flier programmes

US airlines’ introduction of frequent flier programmes in the 1980s inadvertently created a community of people dedicated to cashing in on the rewards

Ape appeal: Tourists flock to see Rwanda’s mountain gorillas

Drawn to the world’s largest population of mountain gorillas, the swathes of tourists that have descended on Rwanda in recent years have contributed to the resurrection of its economy