UK Travel News
Holiday parks and campsites around the UK generate around GBP 9.3 billion in visitor expenditure, a report from UKCCA has revealed.
In the midst of difficulties including uncertainty by Brexit and recent spikes in fuel and carbon costs, flybmi has announced its unavoidable demise.
The Global Travel Group managing director Andy Stark is urging agents to work their customer databases and prepare for a bookings boom now the hype around price-led turn-of-year campaigns…
According to Expedia Group’s latest data, UK hotels enjoyed positive growth in 2018 as a result of a surge in visitors, particularly from the Far East.
Royal Caribbean is looking for a Shore Explorer or someone they can pay to travel the world and post amazing photos and stories on social media.
TA Hotel Collection, which owns and runs six hotels and event venues across Suffolk, has rebranded under The Hotel Folk banner.
Balkan Holidays has added new hotels in Bulgaria as part of its new first edition winter brochure 2019/20 to Bulgaria, Slovenia and Romania. The operator is offering prices from £299 per…
British Airways and American Airlines will invest USD 344 million in the makeover of New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK).
National tourism agency VisitBritain and Airbnb have announced a partnership to promote and broaden local-led tourism experiences.
British Airways has announced it is moving to a new location in Terminal 8 at John F. Kennedy airport.
Concierge Travel Group has announced its acquisition by global corporate and event travel company Reed & Mackay.
From October 2020, Intrepid Travel will introduce new excursions on board the Ocean Endeavour to the coldest and oldest continent, Antarctica.
The Grand, York, recognised an opportunity within the Chinese market and developed a host of tactics to help welcome Chinese guests.
Scheduling guru Doodle, has revealed that during 2019 there will be cumulative loss of 24 billion hours to pointless meetings.
Stalwart of the UK holiday landscape Butlin’s has taken two concepts, the traditional seaside helter skelter and the waterslide, and smashed them together to create the “world’s first helter…
Following the Beast from the East that ravaged the UK in 2018, law firm Bott and Co, has predicted that severe weather could cause thousands of cancellations and delays for passengers this…