Ryanair's chief asks to have an unpopular passenger tax waived for a few years to help boost the aviation industry.
Garry walks his ten miles of local beach in Liverpool, UK
A terminal shuttered for lack of business is now the arrival point for passengers required to quarantine in designated hotels.
The UK moves, if not toward full nationalization, at least toward national control and harmonization of its rail system.
Desperate for cash to survive pandemic-induced losses, the cross-Channel rail service gets a shareholder-based bailout.
St Michael's Mount, off the Cornish coast, is looking for a new resident keeper.
With vacation travel resuming, airlines are not the only ones seeing a rising tide of passengers.
The UK seems set to document its citizens vaccinations, but a wrinkle over national rights is holding up Europe's vaccine passport
The UK High Court has ruled that strikes are not 'extraordinary circumstances' that give airlines a free ride from compensation.
The discount airline says there's no point in flights that passengers are avoiding to avoid mandatory hotel quarantine in UK
With more night train routes opening on the Continent, a new company in the business dreams of routes from London.
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.