Britons looking to experience a lower cost of living should book their flights to Spain, it has been reported.
According to a study by NatWest, 95 per cent of Brits who abandoned the UK for a better life in Spain found that the cost of living in the Mediterranean country is lower than that in Britain.
Also revealed in the study was that the average annual income of Britons who have moved to Spain is £65,000.
"It seems as if expats have not only found their pot of gold abroad but are able to enjoy themselves and feel healthier for having made the move," commented NatWest's David Isley.
As news breaks about the delayed flights and baggage traumas sweeping through Heathrow Airport's newly opened Terminal 5, tips have been given on how to pass the time while waiting for flights to Spain.
MSN Money reports that according to Halifax General Insurance there are number of ways to look after yourself and keep busy while waiting for flights to Murcia and other destinations.
One piece of advice was to have plenty of money for food and beverages while you wait for your flight to Alicante. Alcoholic drinks should be kept to a minimum though as drunk passengers could be refused boarding.
In-flight mobile phone use could soon come in onboard aircraft, one commentator has suggested.
According to the Air Transport Users Council (AUC), following approval that was granted by Ofcom this week for in-flight mobile phone usage on aeroplanes, passengers can soon expect to be able to use their mobiles to call home while on flights to Spain.
However, industry affairs manager James Fremantle noted that not all passengers would appreciate in-flight calls.
"It's difficult to say where the passenger interest is, because some people will like it and some people won't.
Malaga is located in the south of the region of Andalucia and is a popular Spanish holiday destination.
And according to Spain-Holiday, the region is preparing for a big influx of tourists this year.
According to the website, Malaga has the weather and tourist sights to attract visitors - for example, the Picasso Museum, while the new airport terminal makes travel easier for holidaymakers.
Spanish holidays could become more educational than ever after it was revealed that the jawbone of the oldest human remains in western Europe were discovered in the Mediterranean country.
The discovery of a lower jaw - complete with some teeth - was found in northern Spain by archaeologists and the location in Sierra de Atapuerca has now been made a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The bone - which could be from a female - was found near to other relics including stone tools.
"It gives us confidence that Europe was not left out of the picture of the spread of early humans," Professor Chris Stringer of the Natural History Museum said, according to the BBC.
Music icon and legendary folk singer Bob Dylan is sure to entice Britons to book their flights to Spain this summer after it was announced that he is headlining at Madrid's Rock in Rio festival.
Dylan, who is now 66-years-old, will perform at the July festival alongside fellow artists Amy Winehouse and The Police, Daily Spain reports.
Other singers to appear at the Spanish concert are said to include Alanis Morissette, Jack Johnson, Neil Young, Jamiroquai, Shakira, Franz Ferdinand, Lenny Kravitz and Chris Cornell.
The news comes after the Association of British Travel Agents reported that festivals in Spain can be cheaper and tickets easier to get hold of than in the UK.
A new study has revealed the pet peeves of UK travellers taking flights to Spain and elsewhere on their holidays.
According to the study by www.thetravelmagazine.net and www.
UK travellers should team together and help mums to plan their family holidays in Spain, one commentator has noted.
According to Holiday-Rentals.co.uk, planning family holidays leaves 60 per cent of mums stressed out.
Britons fed up with muddy festivals and flooded tents could soon be booking flights to Spain and heading to the country in their droves for music events that combine good weather and cheap cost, it has been reported.
According to the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), overseas festivals not only offer Britons the better weather that is guaranteed on most Spanish holidays, but tickets are often cheaper and easier to get hold of.
Abta spokesperson Sean Tipton added that the Benicassim Festival in Spain is accessible from "stunning" nearby cities and is also close to fabulous beaches.
"With flights to Europe being at an all-time low, the savings you can make on the ticket costs will usually pay for the cost of your flight and your food and drinks whilst you are at the festival," commented Mr Tipton.
People are drawn to taking flights to Spain because of a mixture of diverse qualities that the country possesses, it has been claimed.
According to Terry Walker, of www.PropertyInSpain.Net, Spain is popular with investors because of its mix of accessibility, culture and sunshine.