Holidaymakers using travel booking sites face “serious problems” over refund policies and hidden fees, a consumer group has claimed.
Estonia and Latvia have been removed from the travel corridors list, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said.
The government cannot make any guarantees public transport will not be overwhelmed this Christmas as coronavirus restrictions are relaxed for five days.
The number of air passenger arrivals into the UK fell by 82% last month as coronavirus travel restrictions continued to limit demand, official figures show.
The first public coronavirus screening centre at an airport in Scotland has opened.
Travellers arriving in England will be able to end their quarantine period with a negative coronavirus test after five days from December 15, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
Namibia, Rwanda, Israel, Sri Lanka and Uruguay have been added to the Government’s list of travel corridors, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
Holiday and airline group Jet2 has slumped to a first half loss and said it remains cautious over the summer 2021 season despite good news on possible coronavirus vaccines.
The Scottish Government has defended its policy on schools and the shut-down of hospitality during the second wave of the pandemic.
Heavy rain accompanied with rail safety checks have resulted in a number of train delays and cancellations this morning for rail passengers in the north-east.
The founder of Hays Travel has died after collapsing while working at the company’s head office in Sunderland.
Travel businesses have had “no meaningful chance to recover” after the vast majority of summer holidays were cancelled, an industry body has warned.
A consumer group has expressed concern that airline passengers could lose out if they fail to use vouchers issued for cancellations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Workers on Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) ferry services could go on strike after recent pay talks collapsed, a union has warned.
Travel agents staged a protest outside the Scottish Parliament today as they warned the government their industry is close to collapse.
Scots could face fines for crossing council boundaries in Scotland, after the nation recorded its highest daily death toll from coronavirus since May.
Sadiq Khan claims he succeeded in “killing off the very worst Government proposals” as Transport for London (TfL) secured a £1.8 billion bailout.
The boss of easyJet has warned rival airlines could use state aid worth billions of euros to “grab market share”.
Berlin’s repeatedly delayed new airport finally opened on Saturday with an easyJet flight.
EasyJet will open Berlin’s new airport on Saturday by conducting a parallel landing alongside a Lufthansa plane.
Take just a short look at the Audi A1 and you’d think that because of its compact size it would be a little underwhelming to drive over long distances.
Flybe planes might start taking off from British airports again early next year after administrators said they had agreed a rescue deal for the collapsed airline.
Nicola Sturgeon considers travel ban to the Highlands as she tells those in the Central Belt not to head north
Nicola Sturgeon is considering a Highland travel ban for those living in areas of high Covid-19 prevalence in the central belt, it has emerged.
Nicola Sturgeon has said there will be no return to normality when hospitality restrictions are due to be eased this month, warning that household gatherings will remain banned.
More travel firms could go bust in just weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic, the head of an industry body has warned.
Stabilisation works to be carried out at north-east harbour after it was cut off because of landslip fears
Stabilisation works are to be carried out at a north-east harbour.
First Minister warns those making decisions on festive travel to ‘err on the side of caution at the moment’
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to stay out of each other's houses now if they want to see friends and family a "a bit more normally" closer to Christmas.
Rail services will return to an Aberdeenshire town for the first time in almost 60 years next week.
The number of Scottish rail journeys taking place has dropped 95% amid the pandemic – with passenger numbers across the country now at their lowest level since the mid-1800s.
Aberdeen International Airport has made it to the shortlist for an award celebrating the best airports in Europe.