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Have you seen this young boy's lost toy horse?

An autistic teenager has been left heartbroken after losing his toy horse at Manchester Airport. 

13-year-old Thomas Kidd has carried his toy, named ‘Horsey’, around with him everywhere since he was born. 383 more words


Dreaming of Sun, Sea and Cocktails.

As dusk closed in, her fingers crept around the corners, allowing shadows to appear. A light wind stirred causing an erratic newspaper to sail on by, drifting down the platform till it came to rest between the enigmatic rock and a soggy cardboard box. 1,523 more words


Dublin "16" - Dublin Here We Come!

As you can probably realise by looking at the title I’m writing this quite late as it is now February “17” but I wanted to share my journey with you all. 225 more words


Gate 49, 5.20am

Sunday 15th January 2017, 5.20am (day 1,970)

I do like this picture, or I wouldn’t have chosen it — I always like the juxtaposition of so many random people in airports, and wonder where the yogi is off to (beyond just the answer ‘Amsterdam’, which is where the 05:55 KLM flight goes to, always the first flight to leave Manchester on any given day). 87 more words

Daily Post

Manchester Airport

Manchester’s airport’s history dates back to 1911 when an aerodrome was established at Trafford Park. Between then and 1935 (when the site at ‘Ringway’ was developed for use) there had been four other locations, all of which were abandoned as aircraft became larger to meet increasing passenger numbers and required longer landing strips and more facilities. 316 more words

The Captain Of A Virgin Atlantic 747 To Manchester From Barbados Becomes Unwell Leaving Passengers Stranded

It is indeed a dream holiday location for many people and has brought some fond and unforgettable memories to the many people who has visited the island, for the passengers waiting to come back to Manchester yesterday evening it turned out to be a nightmare. 164 more words

Behind the Scenes at Thomas Cook Airlines

Those who know me would say that I wouldn’t miss type opportunity to look around the facilities of an airline. So, that is exactly what I did, thanks to Thomas Cook Airlines at Manchester Airport, the main base of the airline in the UK. 790 more words