Carriers Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines and Austrian Airlines will increase services from the north and south-west of England to Austria, Belgium and Germany.
The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office has issued a warning to travellers considering visiting the Middle East. Following the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani by United States forces, security in the region has seen a sharp deterioration.
British government officials have lifted restrictions on flights to Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt. The decision reverses a ban imposed in 2015 following the bombing of a Russian airliner.
Over 287,098 flights are set to take place across easyJet’s network between March 29th and the end of August, providing 50,337,066 seats for passengers to enjoy their summer holidays.
Hurtigruten has announced that for the first time in its 126-year history it will offer winter sailings from the port of Dover. The departures form part of the cruise line’s new Norway Expedition 2021/22 programme.
Higher prices and over-tourism in European capitals may be leading growing numbers of UK holidaymakers to swap established favourites like Paris and Amsterdam for a new generation of little-known cities – according to a new city breaks review by Post Office Travel Money.
Malvern Group has ceased trading, with as many as 50,000 holidaymakers set to be impacted. The company operated two firms, Manchester-based Late Rooms and York-based Superbreak Mini Holidays, known as Super Break.
Which? is warning holidaymakers to avoid being hit by sky-high roaming costs this summer. New research from the organisation shows even taking a single photo could result in a bill of more than £50.