The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we view travel, and this applies equally to medical repatriation as it does to consider where you can safely take your next holiday or next business trip. What safety measures are different airlines putting into place? With health and … Read more about What Safety Measures have Airlines made in the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic?
Medical repatriation is something that nobody wishes to happen to them but is something we all should take into consideration while planning our holidays. Whether it is a trauma such as breaking your leg while skiing, fracturing your elbows, or a medical condition, for example … Read more about What is Medical Repatriation?
Within every industry acronyms and jargon creep into emails and conversations, we're here to demystify some of these in the below jargon buster blog! Let us know any further travel-related acronyms and jargon and we will endeavour to add them to the list. What does … Read more about Jargon Busters For The Travel Repatriations Industry
Vicky and Josh from the Repats team recently went to meet Singapore Airlines at Heathrow to experience the customer journey, from being collected in a buggy at check-in, enjoying the food in the lounge to sitting on the seats onboard the aircraft. Here is their review of the … Read more about Singapore Airlines Review – the customer experience from Heathrow
Following the announcement by British Airways in February this year that they are stopping the provision of therapeutic oxygen onboard their short-haul flights, more airlines have announced changes to their provision of medical services: In August KLM stopped offering additional … Read more about More airlines announce changes to onboard medical provisions