Trump’s Secretary of Homeland Security has fears over terrorists sneaking in to US via Europe.
Two-thirds contravene consumer law and should respect rules as travel agent would’
Details of four-month review emerge after Thomas Cook made similar moves
More than three quarters of the trade body’s members backed such a deal with government
What is behind the ban on laptops, tablets and other devices in air passengers’ cabin baggage? Ian Taylor considers the implications
Websites selling bargain holidays, flights and hotels are “misleading consumers”, according to a European Commissioner.
Renewed calls have been made for schools to stagger holidays to reduce premium summer prices following the landmark ruling against dad Jon Platt.
A luxury tailor-made holiday and honeymoon specialist The Couture Travel Company in Berkshire has ceased trading.
‘UK government aware of what’s required’ says Alex Cruz
Airbnb faces an accusation of trying to impose a gagging order to prevent a customer from describing how guests had destroyed his property during an all-night rave.
Duty free will be “automatically” introduced on cross-channel ferries if Britain exits the customs union as part of Brexit, according to the British Chamber of Shipping.
Serious question marks have been raised by MPs over the government’s flagship apprenticeship levy.
Abta chief warns of ‘gargantuan task’ as ‘government has hundreds of priorities’
An aviation deal tops the list of travel industry demands as Britain begins the Brexit process.
President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban was suspended indefinitely by a US federal judge in Hawaii overnight.
Aviation deal tops industry demands as May triggers Brexit