UK flag carrier British Airways and India’s leading airline IndiGo, have signed a codeshare agreement to boost connections between the UK and India.
The first Radisson hotel in the North of England has opened its doors in York, a city steeped in Roman, Viking and medieval history, and considered one of England’s most beautiful cities showcasing an eclectic mix of architecture through the ages.
The royal hotspots are an enormous source of wealth for UK tourism and have only increased over the years (except during the pandemic, obviously). In the fiscal year 2019-20, the income from ticket admission to the royal estate rose over the previous year, according to Statista.
Pride of Britain Hotels has teamed up with sustainability specialists Earthcheck to develop its environmental credentials and achieve green certification for its member hotels.
Virgin Atlantic and IndiGo are delighted to announce a new codeshare between the UK and India, offering seamless connections and increased opportunities for frequent flyers to earn more points than ever before.
A recent investigation into the worst airlines for flight delays in the United Kingdom revealed Wizz Air as the worst. In 2021, the Hungarian carrier’s UK flights departed an average of 14 minutes and 24 seconds behind schedule.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has purchased a property in London’s West End which will be converted into a new hub by Premier Inn hotel.
A month after it staged the hugely successful 150th Open, St Andrews Links Trust has announced that the advanced tee time ballot for the Old Course is set to return this year.
Torbay has set itself a two-year target to get its tourism business back to pre-Covid levels and add millions of pounds to the amount visitors pump into the economy. The targets are part of a new Destination Management Plan designed to make Torbay the UK’s premier visitor destination by 2030
A direct air link between Manchester and China is due to be restored today (Monday) for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
Hi-story in the making Ballater iCentre has thrown open its doors to a group of friendly Jacobite ghosts who shared tales of their past as well as the history of nearby Braemar Castle with visitors, as part of Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022