Following on from our previous story on the possibility of Spanish airport strikes we’re pleased to advise that this may no longer be the case
There was some good news for UK holidaymakers yesterday, when the Chancellor George Osborne delayed the planned with-inflation rise in Air Passenger Duty (APD) until April 2012
If you’ve got a flight booked, or you are currently shopping around for a flight, don’t just think about the price, you can also check out an airline’s record on timings and delays before you make a decision
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) are advising against all non-essential travel to Tokyo and the North East of Japan, following the devastating earthquake and tsunami on 11 March
Strikes are being planned to cause maximum disruption, and are set for 22 dates over the peak spring and summer holiday period. They are likely effect Easter getaways, the Royal Wedding weekend, half term and the main summer holidays in July and August.
An estimated one million fish, including anchovies, sardines and mackeral have been washed up, dead, in the harbour at the Californian beach resort of Redondo Beach
If the FCO advise against travel to a particular country or city, for any reason, including civil unrest it will affect your travel insurance cover