Short roundtrip cruises with no port calls sell fast as a new market—or is it the return of the 'cruise to nowhere?'
With a new government roadmap that looks to re-opening travel and vacations by late Spring. Britons are hearing 'Start your (booking) engines'
A controversial project to link Northern Ireland by tunnel to Great Britain is getting a serious look.
The Tower of London has lost its chief raven, a source of worry since in legend the ravens guarantee the Tower and Britain from disaster.
Among the things that lapsed with Brexit is cross-border enforcement of speeding rules.
The UK will trial a form of 'vaccine passport,' an app to provide digital proof of vaccination or need for more.
Britain's secret wartime Auxiliary Units lived a shadowy existence; historians are now looking for public help in telling their story.
Aer Lingus gets a new UK base, and Manchester gets new low-cost routes to replace those lost when Thomas Cook folded
Travel rules for UK citizens get tricky with Brexit, and Boris Johnson's father has a French solution for himself.
If 2020 has left you gasping for air, here's a novelty gift that could ease the situation, or possibly exacerbate it...
Once the UK's withdrawal from the EU is complete, British travelers will be subject to the same rules as those from other non-EU countries.
The regional airline's new owners have filed an application for a license from Britain's Civil Aviation Authority.
In a standoff with Kafkaeque overtone, it's legal to fly but illegal to get to the airport.
The two airlines are accused by consumers of withholding refunds for vouchers they issued in the spring.
King Alfred's Way offers a long-distance loop for cyclists through some of England's most historic territory.