Category: Business and Consumer Services

Japan Airlines seat map helps avoid screaming babies

Japan Airlines seat map helps avoid screaming b...

September 27, 2019 By Edward Brown

Japan Airlines has introduced a feature on its seat booking system that shows where young children are seated. A “child” icon appears when a passenger is travelling with children aged under two years. One traveller said the feature let him know where babies “plan to scream… during a 13-hour trip”. But some Twitter commentators urged

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Facebook tests hiding likes from Australian users

September 27, 2019 By Edward Brown

Facebook will follow Instagram by hiding the number of likes on users’ posts during a trial in Australia. From Friday, some Australian users will no longer be able to see the number of likes – or reactions – on another person’s Facebook post. The controversial change has been trialled by sister platform Instagram in several

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Facebook tests hiding likes from Australian users
Thomas Cook: 40% of holidaymakers back in UK

Thomas Cook: 40% of holidaymakers back in UK

September 27, 2019 By Edward Brown

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) says it has now flown a total of 61,000 Thomas Cook customers back to the UK, taking the total to 40% of passengers. On Thursday it used 69 flights to bring back 15,000 people as part of its repatriation scheme following the collapse of the holiday group. Some 72 flights

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Brexit uncertainty ‘could lead to interes...

September 27, 2019 By Edward Brown

The Bank of England may need to cut interest rates should Brexit uncertainty persist, one of its policymakers has said. Even if the UK avoids a no-deal Brexit, rates may still need to be cut, Michael Saunders said. Interest rates have been on hold at 0.75% since August 2018, when they were raised from 0.5%.

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Brexit uncertainty ‘could lead to interest rate cut’
Saudi Arabia to open up to foreign tourists with new visas

Saudi Arabia to open up to foreign tourists wit...

September 27, 2019 By Edward Brown

Saudi Arabia will open its doors to international tourists for the first time as part of a broader push to cut its economic dependence on oil. On Friday, the kingdom will launch a visa regime for 49 countries and relax strict dress codes for female visitors. Tourism Minister Ahmad al-Khateeb described it as a “historic

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