Month: November 2019

Get ready to take off with 15 facts about Heathrow

15 Amazing facts about Heathrow Airport!

  1. From check-in desks to air traffic controllers and shop workers, Heathrow Airport employs around 76,000 people to work around the airport terminals. To put the number into some perspective, that covers the whole population of the town Guilford in Surrey.
  2. There are six terminals at Heathrow, which is more than any other airport within Europe. Terminal 1 to Terminal 5 covers commercial and business flights, while Terminal 6 is reserved for VIPs only. The terminal is extremely small and boasts a Royal Suite, which is frequently used by the British Royal Family, heads of state and A list celebrities.
  3. Though Heathrow is Europe’s busiest airport it does have downtime between 11:30 pm to 4:30 am. This gives the airport time to repair equipment, conduct security checks, restock the shops and clean the airport. It also respects residents who live nearby who might be disturbed by planes operating through the night.
  4. With more than 70 million passengers on a yearly basis, Heathrow is the third busiest airport in the world, coming in behind Hartfield Jackson International Airport in Atlanta and Beijing International Airport.
  5. The most popular destination for Heathrow’s flyers is Spain, with an average of 27 million passengers seeking warmer temperatures in the sun-kissed country each year. The USA is the second most popular country for Heathrow’s jet setters, raking in 13 million passengers on a yearly basis. Heathrow to Edinburgh is the most sought domestic flight, which carries around 1 million passengers each year.
  6. Heathrow has two runways which serve to 205,000 passengers every day. 80 airlines operate at Heathrow, with the most popular being British Airways which has the whole of Terminal 5 dedicated to its flights.
  7. Every day around 1400 flights take off and land at Heathrow, which is around one every 45 seconds.
  8. Of course, Heathrow is a super busy place and sometimes things go wrong. Usually, vehicles provide the fastest response for emergencies, however, instead mountain bikes are used as the first response team at all terminals at Heathrow.
  9. There are more than 340 retailers and food establishments at Heathrow, which range from Gordon Ramsey’s Plane Food, WHSmith and Pret a Manger.
  10. The airport has a secret controller facility which acts as a back-up in an extreme case that the main tower is unable to function. It would take the controllers just two hours to set up and start operating from there.
  11. Heathrow’s Cargo Centre has transported a fair share of unusual cargo over the years. Lions, Rhinos and Sharks have boarded flights at Heathrow, as well as China’s Terracotta Warriors and parts for Nasa’s Space Station.
  12. Heathrow Airport Holdings who own the airport, spend just short of 1 billion each year in running costs. An additional 660 million is spent on building works and upgrading costs. The airport makes around 2.3 billion on a yearly basis which provides an extremely healthy profit.
  13. If an aircraft is deemed to make too much noise they are ultimately fined, with the proceeds given to local communities to fund small projects.
  14. Heathrow opened for commercial flights in 1946 and was known as London Airport, prior to this Heathrow was used as an RAF base.
  15. 70 per cent of Heathrow’s jet setters are holidaymakers, while the other 30 per cent of passengers use the airport for business purposes.

Business or pleasure? Why not get an outcall massage!

So you probably get the impression Heathrow is a super busy place, which can often be stressful for not just the workers, but for the passengers also. However, if you’re seeking some down time before your flight or after you land then we highly recommend an outcall massage. Many high-class London massaging establishments extend their plush services to Heathrow, with an outcall package which operates to hotels, homes and serviced apartments within the TW postcode. Kick back and relax as you invite a stunning masseuse to your doorstep, who will bring everything needed to give you an erotic massage to remember. You only need to give 90 minutes notice for an outcall to Heathrow (that’s less than the waiting time for your flight!) All you need to do is call or text with your full name and address – and we will do the rest! Oh and we forgot to mention, we operate from 10 am to 3 am, seven days a week – so whatever time you fly we will have an oriental girl available to fulfil your orgasmic needs. Get ready for take off the right way with our saucy massages! Find out more about our Erotic massage at Heathrow Airport guide. If you wish to book with us please call on 07990486678

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The best places in London to opt for outcall massage

The best places for an outcall Asian Massage

Let’s be honest, there’s nowhere quite like London. The bustling capital city is steeped with a rich history, some of the world’s most prestigious landmarks and the best massage parlours the world has to offer. Whatever your interests and budget, you’ll certainly find a perfect place to stay during your time in London (and enjoy an outcall massage!) Here are just a few of the hotspots.

Marylebone – something for everyone

With whitewashed Victorian townhouses and an abundance of traditional tea rooms, Marylebone gives you an authentic English experience. Here you can enjoy a wander around the famous Marylebone Farmer’s market, take a stroll through Regent’s Park and window shop at the various boutique stores, which sell vintage clothing, jewellery and antiques. Though many people call Marylebone home, the NW1 postcode is also not short of touristy things to do. Here you can explore the fictional home of the Victorian detective Sherlock Holmes at 21B Baker Street. Marylebone also boasts London’s branch of Madame Tussauds, where you can take pictures with life-size waxworks of your favourite celebrities, including the British Royal family, Barack Obama and Dame Helen Mirren. Marylebone is super idyllic and provides an escape from the overwhelming bustles of other Central London areas. However, with the Bakerloo, Central, Jubilee and Metropolitan line operating through Baker Street station, Marylebone is well served with transport to other parts of the city. The beauty of staying in Marylebone is that you can make it as luxurious as you like it. The plush five-star Landmark London Hotel is based in the area, which will set you back around £500 per night. While The Somerset Hotel provides a basic, yet comfortable stay from just £60.  The vast range of activities and hotels on offer in Marylebone is what makes it our top outcall hotspot.

Covent Garden – for the lively

Are you a bit of a party animal or just love to be in the thick of it? Then a stay at Covent Garden is probably a bit of you. The trendy area is brimming with colourful terraces, chic bars and edgy boutiques which attract millions of Londoners and tourists year on year. Covent Garden is also home to the West End, where you are spoilt for choice with world-class musical theatre, cabaret and plays. Just a stone throw away from Covent Garden is Soho, which is informally known as London’s Red Light District. Here you can browse through the various sex-shops, enjoy burlesque and even indulge the company of an infamous walk-up girl if you are feeling extra naughty. As Covent Garden is the home of London’s erotic scene, it would be rude not to enjoy an outcall massage in the WC1 postcode. The good news is that there are a generous amount of hotels in Covent Garden to invite a therapist. Ranging from the plush Waldorf London, the middle-of-the-road The Fielding and our favourite budget option, The Travelodge.

Mayfair – for the rich

If you have a taste for extreme luxury and love the finer things in life then it would be rude not to stay in Mayfair. The W1J area is one of the wealthiest postcodes in the whole world and is a playground for the rich and famous. Here you can indulge in the company of other respectable gentlemen, at the various members-only clubs dotted around the elegant Mayfair landscape. If you have an appetite for world-class cuisine then you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to Michelin Star restaurants in Mayfair, choices include Gordan Ramsey at Claridges, Alain Duccasse at The Dorchester and The Greenhouse, a contemporary French restaurant. Mayfair is just a stone throw away from Buckingham Palace and the Royal St James Park so it’s no surprise it attracts the world’s elite. Due to this, the hotels are also at the height of luxury and are fit for any king.  Expect to pay £500 a night to stay at the iconic Ritz, the lavish Connaught Hotel or the ultra-sophisticated Biltmore. If you want to experience Mayfair but are a little strapped for cash or you’re a little more frugal with your money then our favourite budget chains include Holiday Inn and Premier Inn are also based in the area. With hotels dotted around everywhere you turn, it would be rude not to book an outcall in Mayfair.

Book an outcall massage today

Are you ready to take the plunge and book an outcall? Then look no further than the Asia Massage erotic massage service, which offers mobile visits to gentlemen staying at various locations in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, from 10 am to 3 am, seven days a week. Here you enjoy an ultra-luxurious, professional and discreet erotic service from the comfort of your hotel room from just £160 per hour. So what are you waiting for? Call to book, then kick back and relax as you await the arrival of your stunning oriental therapist.  You can find out more about our Outcall Asian massage in London. Ready to book? Call us on 07990486678.


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