UK Travel News
Turkey has plans to welcome Brits back by June as it pushes ahead with its vaccine rollout.
Majority of UK consumers say it is reasonable for airlines to continue insisting on passengers wearing facemasks, even after they’ve been vaccinated
Luxury cruise operator Scenic is reporting an incredible uplift in bookings across its European river cruising products following the prime minister’s announcement of reopening roadmap last…
WTTC has warned that nearly GBP 27 billion (USD 37.46 billion) will be lost from the UK economy if the government delays restarting international travel until 17 May
According to research by Hoo, the hotel room offer platform, the average sum spent by tourists has climbed by as much as 218% in some global tourism destinations
The travel insurance sector needs to evolve to address the changes in the business travel sector brought on by Brexit and the pandemic.
With distance and limited interactions required for safe experiences, how can hotels adopt technology to assist stretched staff and boost efficiency, while at the same time making guests…
With international travel set to resume from as soon as 17 May for those living in England and as rollout of the British vaccination programme continues in Anguilla, the British Caribbean…
It's no secret that travel has taken a huge hit in the last year, and although it has previously reigned as the leader of the bucket list, there aren’t any travel ambitions in the 2021’s top…
The results of a trivago survey reveal significant desires to travel, including what consumers would give up, what they’d like to do and where they’d like to go, as well as why they’d like…
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced his roadmap to recovery and key reopening dates.
Delaying the return of international travel until at least mid-May could mean the tourism sector simply will not survive, says WTTC
The findings of Ultima Collection’s collaborative report with trend forecasting agency Globetrender, is detailing the projected trends at the forefront of the luxury travel industry in 2021
Jerusalem illuminates iconic landmarks in first major tourist project for 2021 for post-Covid travellers
From 21 February-3 March, Jerusalem will bring back the light to the capital with a breath-taking and exciting project entitled Jerusalem - Follow the Lights
The pandemic seems no to spare anyone not even busy and rich airports. London Heathrow airport announced yesterday will charge passengers an extra GBP 8.90 (USD 12.37) a flight to keep…
A Mintel poll of 2,000 consumers indicated a total of GBP 7.1 billion (USD 9.86 billion) will be spent on staycations between July and September 2021
Interested in putting our geography skills to the test, TheKnowledgeAcademy.com quizzed 6,550 people’s knowledge to see which countries we struggle to place on a map the most
Brits are relying on the thought of holidays to get them through lockdown, with a third planning to take more trips than ever when restrictions are lifted to make up for lost time
Scottish transport secretary, Michael Matheson, has confirmed all visitors to the country will be required to stay in a designated hotel for ten days on arrival from