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Snow update - February 2018
As the country braces itself for snow over the coming 72 hours, please rest assured that we are monitoring the situation closely.
The MET office are currently reporting the worst affected areas on Tuesday will be London and North East of the country and on Wednesday continuing in the north east and Scotland.
Customers are asked to check the website of their flight carrier for the latest information regarding their flights. Each airline will have a section of their website dedicated to the snow.
If we are notified of a flight cancellation, we will be trying to contact customers at the earliest opportunity to advise so please if you have a mobile telephone do keep it on.
If the flight is showing as operating then customers will need to travel as normal. Your Titan driver will arrive at your scheduled time, if you are making your own way to the airport where possible please try and allow more time than usual for your journey to the airport.
If you are travelling with Titan in the next 24 hours please only call our Emergency Duty Officer if you are in an affected area and are unable to reach the airport. We can then discuss next steps with you. The number to call is 01293 450499.
Immunisation requirements can change without notice and inoculations/precautions can be specified as a condition of entry, or just as an advisable precaution only. We will advise you of any destinations that stipulate compulsory inoculations as a condition of entry.
For other immunisations, local conditions are subject to change and we strongly suggest that you consult your GP or one of the specialist vaccination centres for more detailed and current information at your time of travel.
The Department of Health also offers travellers health advice on www.travelhealthpro.org.uk, www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk or www.dh.gov.uk/travellers. Further travel health advice can also be found on www.nathnac.org. We strongly recommend that if you are concerned about DVT or any other health issue you should consult your GP. It is essential that you have comprehensive insurance that covers you for any medical treatment or repatriation costs whilst on tour.
Aviation Announcement - March 2017
You may have heard about the new measures the UK government have put in place regarding, laptops, tablets and e-readers. If you are flying into the UK from the following countries you will no longer be allowed to carry these items in your hand luggage. Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Turkey.
Please pack your electronic devices into your hold luggage before checking in. Normal sized mobile phones will be allowed on board (including iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung S7 Edge)