Holiday makers jetting off to Spain will be forced to quarantine on their return, according to the Scottish Government
New Zealand’s national carrier has put a temporary hold on new bookings for flights into the country while the government tries to find enough quarantined hotel rooms for people returning home.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “dithering” over whether so-called air bridges can be used to allow Scots to holiday abroad without having to quarantine on their return.
Greece’s government has announced that direct flights from the United Kingdom to all airports in Greece can resume on July 15.
Mediterranean destinations which people may flock to after England scraps quarantine for arrivals from low-risk countries could become “melting pots” for coronavirus, an expert has said.
Luxury hotels reopening on Saturday will turn away guests if they fail temperature checks as part of efforts to combat coronavirus.
Workers in sectors including retail, travel and hospitality could face a lifetime of “playing catch-up” with their retirement savings, an insurer has warned.
Passengers arriving into England from “lower risk countries” will no longer be subject to quarantine, the Government has said.
Urgent reform of rail fares is needed in response to changing travel patterns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a watchdog has claimed.
Small and independent travel agents have called on the Government to offer immediate clarity over whether foreign summer holidays can go ahead.
The government’s top experts in infectious diseases on Tuesday criticised American Airlines’ decision to pack flights full while the coronavirus outbreak continues to grow across much of the United States.
Holiday Inn owner Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) said it expects revenue to have more than halved over the past six months after being hammered by coronavirus.
Package holiday firm On the Beach has revealed it swung to a half-year loss after cancelled trips due to the coronavirus lockdown left it nursing a £35 million hit.
Joanna Lumley has said she is going to “put my trust” in public transport being safe and fly to France this summer with her husband.
The Prime Minister will announce a spending blitz next week as he looks to “ready” the country for the “thunderclap of economic consequences” caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Opening Scottish tourism businesses on July 15 – later than England’s date of July 4 – will cost the industry millions of pounds, the Scottish Conservatives say.
Thousands of hopeful holidaymakers have rushed to book trips abroad as foreign breaks were given the green light with quarantine measures set to be dropped for some destinations.
The Scottish Government says it has not made a decision on whether to ease the rules around international travel, following the UK Government’s announcement of “air bridges” with certain countries.
Foreign holidays have been given the green light after ministers confirmed the requirement to self-isolate for 14 days upon returning to the UK will be scrapped for a slew of popular destinations.
Summer holidays abroad have been given the green light after ministers confirmed the requirement to self-isolate for 14 days upon returning to the UK will be scrapped for a slew of popular destinations.
The Government must release its plans for air bridges as soon as possible, travel companies have urged, warning that “sending people on holiday is not like turning on a tap”.
Not extending the furlough scheme will jeopardise tens of thousands of tourism jobs and mean the money already spent is “in vain”, Fergus Ewing has warned.
Air bridges will be available from next week to allow Britons to take holidays in other countries without quarantining for 14 days, it has been reported.
A fifth of young drivers have stopped using their car as the coronavirus pandemic has hit their finances, a new survey suggests.
Air bridges will only be agreed with countries which have a coronavirus test and trace system at the same standard as the UK’s, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has indicated.
London City Airport reopens on Sunday after being closed to commercial flights for nearly three months.
Northlink Ferries has announced changes to its services to allow for those visiting family from Aberdeen.
There is “clear early demand” for a return to flying, according to the boss of London City Airport.
A male cyclist sustained minor injuries in a two-vehicle crash on an Aberdeen roundabout this morning.
Ryanair has branded Government guidelines urging airline passengers to check in all their luggage as “rubbish”.