Exploration is an innate human quality and has inspired centuries of young minds. Nellie Bly was 24 when she travelled the world in 72 days, Edmund Hilary completed his first major climb when he was 20, and by the time he was 16, Neil Armstrong had earned his student pilot licence. Now in the 21st century, the internet is inundated with travel blogs and Instagram posts, so that our thirst for discovery is greater than ever. Young people will quickly transition from leaving the nest to flying the skies. But, beware, exploration has never been an easy feat.
Booking a flight can be a truly alarming concept. For the first time in your life, you are faced with the daunting task of selecting a destination, airline, airport, date and time, all for the cheapest possible option and in keeping with your tight student budget. You think you’ve picked a winner, £60 to Corfu and back. But then you realise that your ticket…
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