French national strike causes Eurostar cancellations

The French national strike has resulted in thousands of trains and hundreds of flights to be cancelled.

A new hotel for Heathrow Terminal 3 for stays of 6 hours or more

When it comes to airport hotels, the new Aerotel Hotel at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 3 must be one of the most convenient available.

Ryanair passenger claims back hand luggage charges in a Spanish court

Ryanair passenger awarded their hand luggage fee after a Spanish court ruled charge was "abusive".

EasyJet seeks to plug the package holiday gap left by Thomas Cook

Easyjet swoops in to pick up the holiday package slack created by the demise of Thomas Cook.

EasyJet & Airbus commit to joint hybrid & electric aircraft research

Easyjet-Airbus Partnership to analyse opportunities and challenges surrounding hybrid and electric aircraft

Foreign & Commonwealth Office is advising against all but essential travel to Bolivia

FCO advises not to travel to Bolivia after clashes and public demonstrations and an uncertain political future.

Gatwick trials various boarding methods to reduce queues and flight delays

London Gatwick airport embarks on a journey to test various ways of boarding passengers onto planes to reduce queues. We take a look at the options.

The Edge Hudson Yards, the highest view of New York City opens in 2020

The Edge: The highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere opens in NYC's Hudson Yards in March 2020
Sharm El-Sheikh

Foreign Office: Holidaymakers can return to Sharm el-Sheikh after a 4-year ban

Holidaymakers to return to the Egyptian holiday resort Sharm el-Sheikh after the Foreign Office lifted its 4-year ban on air travel.

Quantas: The world’s longest nonstop flight from New York to Sydney tested

Qantas tests the world's longest nonstop flight, takes passengers from New York to Sidney, Australia in 20 hours.

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