UK Travel News
Radisson Hotel Group has announced that it is the world’s first hotel group to make all meetings and events across 400+ hotels in its EMEA portfolio carbon negative
A new study carried out by Maxima Kitchen Equipment has examined the top cities in Europe to discover the cheapest and most expensive places to dine out using data on the cost of living
Aer Lingus’ first transatlantic service from the UK took to the skies with the departure of the airline’s first ever non-stop direct flight from Manchester to Barbados
Holidu, the search engine for holiday rentals, has rounded up a list of Britain’s most popular tourist attractions that double as some of the most haunted sites in the whole country.
After the most volatile trading period since benchmarking began, UK hotel trading performance is set to improve in 2022 as demand continues to return, according to research from PwC.
UK hospitality businesses lead the pack, outpaces rest of the UK economy for first time in over nine years
Hospitality businesses outpaced the rest of the UK economy for the first time in more than nine years during September, according to the latest Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker
Fully-vaccinated international passengers arriving in England from countries not on the red list will be able to take a lateral flow test from 24 October, the government has said
Titled ‘Skyscanner Horizons – Emerging traveller behaviour as the world reopens’, Skyscanner has published a new report exploring how travellers’ attitudes are evolving
Amazon has announced Alexa Smart Properties for Hospitality in the UK, an experience offered by invitation to hoteliers that brings the simplicity and convenience of Alexa to hotels, holiday…
Victorian House Hotel in Grasmere in the Lake District is on a mission to make Cumbria greener by 2037 and ahead of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) says the UK’s Travel & Tourism sector’s year on year recovery may only claw back a third, whilst international travel spending continues to…
New research from Britain’s national tourism agency VisitBritain provides valuable insights to harness the pent-up demand from British expats to visit the UK and to boost visitor spending
Exhibitors at World Travel Market London and its co-located technology-focused show, Travel Forward, will be granted free access to a proprietary app Emperia, that helps them to convert new…
New air data has revealed the UK airline industry experienced a jump in shorter term international bookings – those with a purchase window of four weeks or fewer – over the busiest summer…
Revealed! Beirut, Lebanon and Great Pyramid of Giza lost over $12 billion in revenue due to Covid-19
ETIAS has analysed all the wonders of the world - from ancient, new, to city-based, and natural - and collated visitor numbers as well as revenue loss from Covid-19
After becoming the latest airline to remove the term "ladies and gentlemen" from all onboard announcements, British Airways has been accused of trying to appease the woke brigade.
Intentions to travel to Europe between September and December 2021 remain weak in key overseas markets
A recent British Airways flight's suggestion that passengers abstain from consuming peanut or nut snacks was met with outrage from passengers.