Passengers now face uncertainty after being told not to call or message British Airways, Britain’s flagship airline, unless they are travelling…
As the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises British holidaymakers to return home before borders begin to close, Etihad suspends all flights…
Category: Hotel & Airlines
Summer is upon us; despite the dismal weather we appear to have been graced with recently. With the UK expecting yet more rainfall over the next few days…
A number of airlines have cancelled flights amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but what does this mean for holidaymakers who need to make the return journey home?Category: Hotel & Airlines
COVID-19 has been the cause of mass uncertainty, and tensions have risen, as several countries plan to close their borders.Category: International Travel, Medical
Over the last couple of weeks, consumers have understandably become more concerned about their travel arrangements due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.Category: International Travel
Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the death toll rises to 4,636 worldwide.Category: Medical
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has risen to 7,375 in Italy since Sunday 8th March 2020, and the death toll currently stands at 366.Category: Hotel & Airlines, International Travel
On Thursday 5th March 2020, UK airline Flybe announced they had gone into administration, causing major travel disruptions for thousands of passengers.Category: Hotel & Airlines
On Tuesday 3rd March 2020, two tornadoes caused significant damage to hundreds of buildings and an airport in central Tennessee.Category: Disasters, International Travel
Growing concerns regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) has prompted airlines to cancel hundreds of flights as passengers have become less inclined to travel.Category: Hotel & Airlines
The government has abolished fares in an attempt to ‘ease traffic congestion’ as commuters will no longer need a ticket for busses, trams or trains.Category: International Travel
The government has abolished fares in an attempt to ‘ease traffic congestion’ as commuters will no longer need a ticket for busses, trams or trains.
Category: International Travel
There are now 81,000 coronavirus cases worldwide and although the death toll currently stands at 2,800, it is likely to increase as the virus has now spread
Passengers are experiencing frustration after being told their flights to Italy will not be refunded after more than 300 cases of coronavirus …
Re-use, re-fill and refuse to ruin our planet
Over the past few years, an increased awareness in single-use plastics and sustainable tourism has created a demand for responsible holidays.
Following an outbreak of measles in Europe, parents are being advised by Public Health England to ensure children are up to date with their MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccination before travelling.