The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has recently announced that it will extend ATOL protection for any new Refund Credit Notes (RCNs) issued up until the end of March.
Spain’s tourism minister has given Brits hope that a summer holiday could well be on the cards after revealing that its priority in 2021 is to reactivate tourism and resume safe mobility.
Saga has recently announced that anyone going on a Saga holiday or cruise in 2021 must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
We urge anyone considering a future trip to make sure they book with a holiday provider that offers a full refund or has flexible terms and conditions, should the trip not go ahead.
Here we explain why travel insurers won’t provide a cash refund for a cancelled holiday if a voucher or credit note has been offered by the holiday provider.
Category: UK Travel
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…
The UK government’s pre-departure Covid-19 testing scheme was due to come into force on Friday 15 January. However, the new requirement has been pushed back until Monday 18 January.Category: International Travel
Britain officially separated from the EU on 31 December 2020, and therefore must now obey EU rules when it comes to entry requirements, including entering with certain foods.Category: Lifestyle, Medical
The government has removed Dubai from its travel corridor list following an increasing number of positive Covid-19 cases identified in passengers who have flown into the UK from Dubai since the New Year.Category: International Travel
On January 8, 2021, the UK government announced a toughening of border restrictions and introduced a new entry requirement for travellers arriving in the UK.Category: International Travel
As England and Scotland enter another lockdown, we explore whether British residents can still travel abroad.Category: International Travel, UK Travel
As the year draws to an end and we begin to wind down for a much quieter Christmas, many of us will be itching to bag ourselves a bargain holiday for 2021 in the New Year sales.Category: International Travel
For now, Britain remains part of the EU. On October 28th 2019, EU leaders agreed to extend Brexit until January 31st 2020.Category: Lifestyle
On Saturday, December 19, Boris Johnson placed a number of regions in the South-east under Tier 4 restrictions, meaning they are no longer able to travel out of their region or abroad. On the back of this, several countries have banned UK residents from entering their country over fears of spreading the new strain of the virus.Category: International Travel
Here we explain the differences between health insurance and travel insurance.Category: Medical
Travel Insurance Is Not Private Healthcare: We Explain the Differences Between Health Insurance and Travel Insurance
Here we explain the differences between health insurance and travel insurance.
If you’re planning to escape the UK for some winter sun this Christmas, you should probably read this first!
Category: International Travel
On January 31, 2020, the UK left the European Union (EU) and entered an 11-month negotiation period, known as the ‘transition period’. During these months, all existing agreements remained in place while government officials work with EU members to negotiate agreements on travel, trade, and the regulation of medicine ahead of when transition period ends on December 31, 2020.
Category: International Travel
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.