Holidaymakers are being cautioned about currency regulations that carry the risk of hefty fines or even imprisonment. The concern revolves around what's termed a "closed currency."
As staff at airports and airlines across Europe threaten strike action, travellers face the looming spectre of disrupted plans, prompting a closer examination of rights and remedies in the face of flight and train cancellations, prolonged delays, and misplaced baggage.
The UK is experiencing an arctic blast this week, with warnings of travel disruption being issued across the nation as temperatures plummet to as low as -10C. 
As with any business trip careful planning is required to get your executive to and from Country to Country, and then meeting to meeting as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Companies arranging business trips to Europe will encounter a new fee, next year, as part of the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS).
Business travel can be an intricate affair, especially for those who aren't well-prepared. Whether it's about managing your luggage or ensuring you're ready to face any unexpected situations, the key lies in adequate planning and careful execution especially if you are a business traveller using British Airways.
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Travelling for business can be both a thrilling and daunting experience. It offers up the prospect of exploring new places, meeting new people, and expanding your business horizons. But it can also be laced with stress and uncertainties.
Business travel is, in its very nature, dynamic and changeable. COVID-19 was a dramatic demonstration of just how quickly things can go wrong
Business travel’s recovery is well underway, and things might feel a little chaotic at the moment.
Travel sells itself. It’s in our human nature to connect with others, especially after being locked down during a pandemic.