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Eurotunnel closed to Britons with EU homes

Following new COVID restrictions imposed by the French government, Eurotunnel has warned British citizens that live in the EU that they cannot travel by car through France to get to their homes. The … Continue reading “Eurotunnel closed to Britons with EU homes”


Pandemic continues to cause thousands of flight cancellations

Airlines across the globe are having to cancel thousands of scheduled flights as the Covid pandemic continues to cause travel chaos at one of the industry’s busiest times of the year. Monday and … Continue reading “Pandemic continues to cause thousands of flight cancellations”


British Airways to trial new technology to help travellers in using British Sign Language

British Airways has recently said that it has become the first UK airline to trial a new video service transforming the experience for customers that use British Sign Language (BSL). The initiative is … Continue reading “British Airways to trial new technology to help travellers in using British Sign Language”


UK airports and Wizz Air urge reinstatement of airport slot rules amid concern over rising airfares

According to an online YouGov survey commissioned by Gatwick Airport and Wizz Air, more than half (56%) of people surveyed who are planning to fly in the next 12 months are concerned about … Continue reading “UK airports and Wizz Air urge reinstatement of airport slot rules amid concern over rising airfares”


easyJet adds additional aircraft to Bristol fleet, provides over 170k seats across Europe for next summer

easyJet, the UK-based regional airline, has said that it will add an additional aircraft to its Bristol base, bringing the fleet to 17 aircraft for next summer. As announced, an additional A320 aircraft … Continue reading “easyJet adds additional aircraft to Bristol fleet, provides over 170k seats across Europe for next summer”


UK updates travel advice as last seven countries dropped from red list

The UK government’s transport secretary Grant Shapps has today announced that all remaining countries on England’s red list for international travel have been removed. The cabinet minister announced that the Latin American countries … Continue reading “UK updates travel advice as last seven countries dropped from red list”


British Airways announces successful trial of digital health pass Verifly

British Airways has announced the successful trial of mobile health pass, VeriFLY by Daon, and its subsequent rollout across its network. The airline has now signed a long-term agreement with Daon in an … Continue reading “British Airways announces successful trial of digital health pass Verifly”


Aer Lingus to commence direct flights from Dublin to San Francisco

Dublin Airport has said that Aer Lingus will re-start its direct service from Dublin to San Francisco, starting from December 12, allowing customers to travel to the West Coast of the US. The … Continue reading “Aer Lingus to commence direct flights from Dublin to San Francisco”


Virgin Atlantic enhances South African flying programme following Red List removal

Virgin Atlantic announced on Thursday October 14 that it is expanding its portfolio of flights to South Africa, following the country’s removal from the Red List. Last week, bookings to the region soared … Continue reading “Virgin Atlantic enhances South African flying programme following Red List removal”


Eurowings to restart flights between Newcastle International Airport and Dusseldorf

Newcastle International Airport has said that Eurowings, the Lufthansa Group’s low cost airline, will return to the North East with the resumption of operations between Newcastle and the German city of Dusseldorf. The … Continue reading “Eurowings to restart flights between Newcastle International Airport and Dusseldorf”


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