Developement of industries

  • First Ferry Made

    Steam Boat
  • Kings Cross Station London

    Kings Cross Station serves the east coast of England and on up to Edinburgh and eastern Scotland. The station was opened in 1852 and the station roof, the largest at the time, was supposedly modelled on the riding school of the Czars of Moscow. It is also rumoured that Queen Boudicaa is buried beneath platform 8. Over 40 million people pass through the station each year.
  • Holiday Camps

    Billy Butlin opened thefirst holday camp in Skegness in1936.They encouraged enjoyment for all and specialised in keeping the chidren happy.Today holiday camps provide entertainment and activities often at all inclusive,low prices.Butlins will celebrate 75 years in 2011.They have three camps still running in the Uk Skegness Minehead and Bognor Regis.
  • First Double Decker Invented

    Douglas Scott and his team designed the double decker bus
  • Computerised Systems

    In the 1950s airlines started to use computerised reservation systems internally to assist with information sharing.Today this system is open to all the industry to book directly.
  • Transport Aviation

    These airplanes all improved flight times,increased passenger seats and the distance flights could go with the fuel.
  • Thomson Airways

    (formally Britannia) and has grown to become the UK’s largest charter airline. We’re based at Luton Airport, have a fleet of 77 planes and fly to more than 80 destinations around the world. We recently won awards for being the most punctual and most environmental airline.
  • Thompson Thomson Holidays

    We started up back in 1965 with the aim of making foreign travel accessible to all. Instead of soggy trips to the seaside, people began jetting off to the Continent for a dose of sun. Thomson Holidays was first started in 1965 by Canadian businessman Roy Thomson.
  • Concorde Airline Launched

  • Vinton Gray Cerf Internet Made

    is an American computer scientist who played a key managerial and technical role in the invention of the Internet.Vint Clef was the mastermind behind the ARPANet and the TCP/IP Protocol suite, which is the mother and formula of the modern internet
  • Long Haul Destination

    The growth of long haul destinations. 1980s-There are new and exciting destinations that tourists want to visit.Improved transport and facilities means countries such as New Zealand,Croatia,Bulgaria,and Tasmania have new thriving industries.
  • Trains

    First Train Lyon To Paris.Across Europe there are high speed train links which reduce the time required to travel.
  • Center Parcs

    This is the modern version of a holiday camp-holiday villages set in beautiful parkland with all the amenities for a five star family holiday.There are 5 center parcs locations in the UK.The company opened their first Uk park in 1987.
  • Easy Jet Launch

    EasyJet Airline Company Limited is a British airline headquartered at London Luton Airport. It carries more passengers than any other United Kingdom-based airline,
  • Channel Tunnel

    Made travelling to and from Europe for business or pleasure very easy.
  • City Breaks

    City Breaks
    City Breaks More Popular. People are choosing to go away more and are being more popular.It grey by 12% in 2004 compared to sun holidays at 5% growth.
  • Air Bus A380

    Air Bus A380
    The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine airliner manufactured by the European corporation Airbus, a subsidiary of EADS.
  • Package Holidays

    All package holiday is all the elements of a holiday packaged together and purchased as one products: flights,transfers,accomadation and sometimes excurtions and food too.They were particularly popular inthe 1970 & 80s as foreign holidays became more available in cost.