10 airports perfect for business travellers

| July 30, 2019

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Travelling for business and for leisure obviously have different requirements for a traveller; luggage will generally be a lot less in volume, different items will need to be packed and even the cost of the ticket may be subsidised by your company.New research by the team at Globehunters has delved into the finer details and analysed 45 of the world’s most popular airports used for business travel, looking at features such as on-time arrival performance, airport parking price, number of lounges and more.

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Parkdean Resorts

With more than 6000 seasonal and established employees, Parkdean Resorts boasts a number of award-winning parks from Scotland to the South Coast, and Norfolk to Cornwall. Parkdean Resorts holds numerous awards including the winner of 2 gold awards at the 2017 British Travel Awards 🥇 and being named as one of The Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For 2016.The business also holds the accolade of being awarded the Investors in People Gold Award for the combined business in 2016.

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