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LOST WEEKEND Binge Flying Explained

Category: , Posted:28 Jul 2010 | 06:00 am

Reducing our carbon footprints are deemed by a growing number of people to be essential to protecting mother earth.
As fears of global warming and the continued damaged to the ozone, air travel is considered to be high in the food chain of those wanting to lose the weight of waste.
In comes the term 'binge flying' which has been used extensively by new UK Prime Minister David Cameron and the conservative party in rolling back Heathrow Airports additional runway three and new expansions at Gatwick and Stanstead.
This move has made the low cost budget airlines the soft target and looks to have long term effects on airline seat capacity for this wanting to get away to the continent for a weekend or a holiday home abroad.

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