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Where to Spend Burns Night in Scotland

by AnnaMillar January - last edited January

How to Spend Burns Night in ScotlandShort of Hogmanay, it doesn't get much better than the fun-filled hoolie that a great Burns Night in Scotland can bring. While Scotland’s larder can be appreciated year round, there’s never a greater excuse to indulge in a dram and partake in some of Scotland’s most infamous haggis scran. Take a look at some of our favourite places to spend Burns Night in Edinburgh.

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The 68th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival kicks off next week and we're thrilled to be the Official Airline Partner for the event. Find out more and enter our competition to win tickets to an exciting film screening.

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Celebrate Summer in Our Little Red Destinations

by Moderator April 2014 - last edited April 2014

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Hard to believe, but Little Red – our first ever domestic flight service – launched a year ago this month, connecting passengers between London Heathrow and Manchester, Edinburgh and Aberdeen with 26 daily flights. To celebrate our first birthday, we take a look at the best things to do in our Little Red destinations this summer, from globally recognised events to making the most of the nearby natural landscapes…

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Have Yourself A Little Red Christmas in Scotland

by Moderator November 2013 - last edited December 2013

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The Scots certainly know a thing or too about throwing a good celebration, so make sure you book up your Virgin Atlantic Little Red flights in good time this season, and ensure you don't miss out on all the festive events north of the border...

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On Your Bike: Edinburgh Cycling Holidays

by AnnaMillar October 2013 - last edited July by Chantelle

Edinburugh Cycling Holidays | The Isle of Arran from The Ballast Bank

Scotland has long shown its mettle for two-wheeled adventure – whether it’s a perilous free-wheel down the side of a mountain or a more relaxed jaunt through one of the area’s forests and glens. Here are a few of our favourite Edinburgh cycling trails for some sporting inspiration...

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King of the Rails: The Royal Scotsman

by AnnaMillar August 2013 - last edited July by Chantelle

The Royal Scotsman | EdinburghA skirl of pipes harks the journey’s beginning, as a bagpiper dressed in full Scots regalia leads the way down Edinburgh Waverley’s platform, and onto Scotland’s – and one of the world’s – most indulgent rail experiences. Enter The Royal Scotsman, king of the rails.

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