Last year Ryanair cracked down on in-flight drinking.
Almost 350 litres of water is consumed per day per hotel guest.
Britons continue to dominate the foreign property market in Balearics and Spain, United States growing fast
In the Balearics, more than 30% of sales and purchases are carried out by foreigners.
One suggestion last week was to breathalyse suspect passengers at the boarding gate.
Since the 19th century Valldemossa has been promoted internationally as a place of outstanding beauty.
Last year, 6,640 reports of holiday fraud were made to Action Fraud and data shows July and August saw highest number of reports made, at 804 and 781 respectively.
Ryanair might have to remove some flights from its summer schedule cutting capacity for what is expected to be a record summer of travel.
The price of housing is keeping seasonal workers from the mainland away.
Only a few weeks ago people were on the beach!
16 per cent of Britons can’t do without ketchup or sliced bread when going abroad.
Barnes Wallis used the base to test his bouncing bomb on the coast at nearby Reculver, prior to the Dambusters raid.
“Only use official registered or licensed taxis" is the advice from the British government.
The general public has been urged to report acts of vandalism.
Airlines were losing bags last summer at the highest rate for a decade.
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