With balmy temperatures all year round and an array of festive offerings, guests are this year being invited to Estepona in Marbella for a Mediterranean Christmas.
The world’s most famous pilot – Santa Claus - will be taking to the skies this Christmas on board in-flight grottos, giving lucky passengers a festive surprise. However, this morning at Gatwick airport, Santa was stopped by airport security as staff inspected his sack of presents before he was allowed to make his maiden flight on board an easyJet Airbus A320.
British Airways is preparing for Christmas 2015 with more than 450 of its pilots expecting to fly 35,000 customers across the world on December 25th. At the same time, easyJet has predicted this Friday to be the busiest Christmas getaway day in the airline’s history – with more than 204,000 passengers set to fly on over 1,300 flights across the network.
Christmas time and the end-of-year festive season is often reflected as being the cold and wintry months, but the tropical islands of the Seychelles says that there is an alternative.