Yet another wrinkle in British vacation planning, as Florida holidays are canceled through November.
Step back in time with Marilyn Jones as she visits Gloucester Cathedral, a monument whose history nearly came to an end four centuries ago.
With limited destinations, two-week quarantine rules and mass cancellations by holiday companies, many Brits will have to stay at home.
British Airways gets its first 787-10 this morning. Despite the low level of current operations, the airline is anxious to put it to work.
Classic railway promotion posters from the 1930s have been republished to remind travelers not to come back—yet.
The ongoing lockdowns are accelerating the trend toward a cashless society, and that's raising serious concerns.
British travel agencies aren't waiting for a green light to start selling packages to places that aren't yet welcoming visitors.
With passport offices shut down or limited during the coronavirus crisis, many travelers may find themselves without valid passports by summer.
Some of the best-known but weakest airlines face a grim future, or none at all.
Paul Hunter, confined like many of us to our homes, shares some beautiful images from around his home in Yorkshire.
Holiday packagers are having a hard time coming up with cash refunds, but some in industry are not sure delaying them is a good idea.
Garry explores the Nature Trail before self-Isolation this week.
As airlines see huge cash outflow, Canada allows vouchers for cancellations in place of refunds; others may follow
In a move that mixes the virus crisis with long-term dissatisfaction with Britain's rail system, the government has ordered a temporary takeover.
Canada is closing all parks, while the UK and U.S. opt for keeping outdoor recreation available.