The destinations around the globe that you must see and if you are travelling to them for business or pleasure what toook out for when visiting
News affecting, and about, business travel for the business person who has to travel for their roile nationally from the UK as well as internationally
Reviews of hotels and destinations around the world for the business traveller to go to and where to eat, drink and see whilst they are travelling
The FTSE 100 hotel company behind the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza brands dropped into the red last year to the tune of $153 million after “the toughest time this company has ever seen”.
Cruise operator Carnival today announced that it would sell $1bn (£700m) worth of its stock through a public offering.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says it expects its digital Covid Travel Pass will be ready “within weeks”.
China has said that it will no longer recognise the British National (Overseas) passport as a valid travel document as Boris Johnson announced that millions of eligible Hongkongers could apply for the right to live and work in the UK from Sunday.
UK nationals and residents returning from “red list” countries will be placed in quarantine in government-provided accommodation – such as hotels – for 10 days, Boris Johnson has told MPs.
The UK is to close all travel corridors from Monday to “protect against the risk of as yet unidentified new strains” of Covid, the PM has said.
Norwegian Air has ended an era of cheap transatlantic flying by scrapping its popular long-haul services at Gatwick, with the loss of 1,100 British jobs.
Dirty loos and scathing reviews by guests have led Britannia hotels to be named as Britain’s worst hotel chain for the eighth year running.
No countries have been added to or removed from the UK’s list of travel corridors, but a new “business traveller” exemption from quarantine has been announced.
Norwegian Air, once the brightest star in the low-cost transatlantic market offering £150 flights one way between London and New York, has filed for bankruptcy protection in Ireland.