15 NOVEMBER 2021
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In an era of acronyms (WFH=working from home) and novel business names this one has come up.
‘Doors to Manual’ is affilated to the well-known tour operator Hays Travel using the knowledge and skills from redundant cabin crew and those who have retired. They have flown and travelled the globe as cabin crew with some of the world’s best airlines and now are part of the newest and most unique travel company in the UK. From city breaks to beach holidays, from ancient cultures to jungle forests, they’ve seen it all. Of course, they’re in-the-know when it comes to the best things to do in destination, including where to find those hidden gem restaurants for example, as well as able to help clients navigate up-to-date Covid-19 rules and regulations.
We wish them well.
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John Davidson, France
A question about English. Our ninth-grade teacher said something is either unique or not, and cannot be "most unique," as in "They have flown and travelled the globe as cabin crew with some of the world’s best airlines and now are part of the newest and most unique travel company in the UK." How about, "...and certainly unique travel company..."?