Travel corridor removal and test to release scheme: what quarantine rules mean for your holiday plans
We've outlined everything you need to know about new travel corridors, test to release and quarantines
National lockdowns in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland make it illegal for anybody to undertake non-essential travel. Yet, British Airways and Ryanair continue to refuse refunds for passengers who would have to break the law to take their flight.
Flexible booking, package holidays and trusted companies are essential
Everything you need to know about new rules, and how to avoid disruption to your holiday
Eurostar, Stena Line, British Airways and Ryanair cancel trains, ferries and flights
British Airways and Ryanair amongst carriers to refuse refunds for flights passengers couldn’t take
With the Canary Islands added to the UK’s travel corridor list, removing the requirement to quarantine for 14 days on return to the UK, many holidaymakers are planning a trip to Lanzarote, Tenerife, Gran Canaria or Fuerteventura this winter.
When will the Boeing 737 Max fly in the UK – what Tui and Ryanair say if you don’t want to fly on it
Not all passengers will be warned in advance if 737 Max operates on their route
The UK government has announced a new lockdown that will ban England residents from travelling abroad. Overnight stays and holidays in the UK and abroad are banned from 5 November to 2 December.
The Civil Aviation Authority has applied for only one enforcement order since 2003, and it is still stuck in the courts