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.
France, Netherlands and Belgium among growing number of countries to require travellers to take test before departure
Proof of a negative Covid-19 test will be required to travel to the UK, but where can you get one and what happens if you cannot get one in time for departure?
Flexible booking, package holidays and trusted companies are essential
Coronavirus vaccination is underway, raising hopes of going on holiday without travel corridors or quarantine. Find out if you'll need a COVID-19 vaccination to travel in 2021.
Airlines slammed by customers for delays over refunds for cancelled flights, with Virgin Atlantic and Ryanair rated worst
Unscrupulous copycat websites are already charging to ‘help’ people apply for the free Global Health Insurance Card (Ghic). The Ghic is intended to be the replacement for the old European...
What you can and can't do with travel, holidays and hotels in national lockdown
New coronavirus lockdown restrictions and England, Scotland and Wales travel rules: what it means for holidays in the UK
Updated guide on what new lockdown restrictions mean for holidays and travel in Scotland, Wales and England.