Consumers appear unfazed by the fall in the value of the pound when it comes to booking overseas holidays, says Liam Hodge, head of insight for First Rate Exchange Services
Flight details and fares have been issued for this year’s Abta Travel Convention in the Azores.
Four targets have been set by UK airlines to help cut carbon emissions.
The inquests in to the deaths of 30 British Nationals in a terrorist attack in Tunisia begin today (Monday, January 16) at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
British holidaymakers will get the best value from the Portuguese Algarve for the second year in succession in 2017 above more than 40 other destinations, a new study claims.
Cruise agents were honoured at Celebrity Cruises’ annual travel agent appreciation awards.
The man who secured planning consent for Hinkley Point C, the UK’s first new nuclear power station for a generation, is joining Gatwick as chief planning officer.
Air fares starting at £99 to connect to Celebrity Cruises ship in the Mediterranean this summer are being made available from today (Friday).
STA Travel claims to be transforming how travellers receive medical assistance abroad via a global video consultation service.
Boeing today landed an order believed to be worth $20 billion from Indian domestic carrier SpiceJet for 205 aircraft.
Measures are being put forward to force London-area airports to ban the noisiest aircraft at night.
Passengers using Newcastle airport rose by 6% in 2016 to more than 4.8 million.
Britain’s exit from the EU threatens major changes to the tax regime for UK travel companies. Ian Taylor reports
Delta Air Lines is taking a conservative approach to the start of 2017 following a slump in profits and revenue in the final quarter of last year.
A lack of confidence among agents selling add-on cruise excursions has been blamed for the collapse of specialist supplier Tripashore.
Abta is calling for a change to the law in an effort to clampdown on fraudulent holiday illness claims triggered by claims management firms.