Two big British agencies split with their national association over refunds for trips cancelled by government actions.
The airline and the stores are gone, but the new owner of Thomas Cook's name and marks is opening a new online travel agency.
With Britain's final withdrawal from the EU looming on January 1st, Britain is limiting duty-free while Ireland expands it.
Europe has started its independent testing of the Boeing 737 MAX prior to its return to service in the coming months.
Airlines are pushing governments to create travel corridors for major routes, even some for 'safe' regions within 'dangerous' countries.
Shifting rules and shifting outbreaks are churning the British vacation scene for this summer.
The famed Beefeaters who guard the Tower of London face layoffs after four months of pandemic closures at the site.
A major sponsor of British bicycle paths is de-listing a significant part of its network for safety reasons.
The global pandemic continues to take it toll on the jumbos, with British Air abruptly retiring its last 747s.
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.