Tributes paid to John Hays

Founder of Hays Travel passes away Tributes continue to flood in for John Hays, the founder of Hays Travel, who has died aged 71. Hays, who ran the company alongside his wife, Irene, opened his…

More travel corridor changes

UAE, Chile and Iceland are added to list, as majority of Greece is removed Greece has been removed from the travel corridors list – but the islands of Corfu, Crete, Rhodes, Zakynthos and Kos remain.…

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Londoners more likely to travel

New research shows varying degrees of appetite to travel Londoners will lead the return of long-haul travel, according to new research that reveals that those in the capital are far less concerned about waiting for…

Industry reacts to travel ban

Complete shut down for travel businesses already severely damaged by the pandemic The travel industry has reacted to the news that, under new lockdown measures in England, people will not be allowed to take holidays.…

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Boots to offer £120 Covid-19 test

High street pharmacy to offer tests from November Boots, the high street pharmacy, has begun offering a new coronavirus testing service for £120, which can be used to gain pre-flight approval. The company will be…

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Canaries and Maldives travel corridors

Popular destinations added to travel corridors list Grant Shapps has confirmed that people returning from Denmark, the Maldives, Canary Islands and Mykonos will no longer have to quarantine from 4am on Sunday October 25. The…

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Solo travel in the Covid age

In recent years solo travel has grown quickly and diversified hugely, with more and more people choosing to holiday alone. But post-pandemic, does it still hold the same appeal? Over the last few years, solo…

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ABTA: 90,000 jobs at risk

Association warns of massive job losses as it outlines its Save Future Travel plan ABTA has revealed that 90,000 jobs have either been lost, or are at risk, in the travel industry and its supply…