12 December 2022, etc.venues Monument, London
Business Travel Show Europe, presented by The BTN
21 November, London Hilton Metropole
With the summer vacation season coming to an end bmi has instigated some research which reveals one in four holiday makers have left things behind on an aircraft. Children have been forgotten (the parents usually come rushing back pushing their way up the air bridge) but other items include an unfinished manuscript, walking sticks and vital medication. False teeth in the washrooms are a regular. A forgetful one in four British holiday makers have left something on a ”plane, with the most common items being books (48% of forgotten items) followed by items of clothing (24%) and glasses (17%). It seems actually getting away for the break makes us no better. The most common items left behind at home are items of clothing (36%), cameras (23%) and sun tan lotion (16%). bmi are also into some kind of sponsorship deal with Arsenal. Footballers are notoriously forgetful. When the Gunners actually fly on the airline the cabin crew ought to check carefully to see if anything is left behind. And if you are in need of a going away check list the bmi web site has kindly provided one. Just download.