Icelandic airline Wow Air has cancelled all future flights leaving British passengers stranded abroad. The low-cost carrier made the announcement on Thursday morning, but was still selling tickets right up until 7am the same day. It comes after talks with a US financier and rival carrier, Icelandair, broke down. Wow Air was heavily in debt and had been seeking a backer for months.
By analysing two years of flight data from Skyscanner, researchers were able to predict how far in advance you’d have to book your ticket for the lowest fare.
Airport lounges promise to start your holiday in style with economy travellers paying between £20 and £50 for entry. Our undercover inspectors visited 21 pay-as-you-go lounges at some of the UK’s biggest airports - including Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Edinburgh.
Eurostar has told passengers using its trains to Paris not to travel until at least 3 April due to ongoing industrial action by French customs at Gare du Nord station in Paris. There...
Premier Inn is the latest hotel chain to launch a brand that claims to offer small rooms for small prices but is it good value?
An investigation by Which? Travel has exposed real concerns that Ryanair’s seating policy, which only guarantees to seat passengers together if they pay extra, could obstruct an evacuation as loved ones try to reach one another in an emergency.
If there’s a no-deal Brexit, today is your last chance to renew your passport if you want to be able to travel on 30 March.
A year since our first investigation, Ryanair continues to automatically opt UK passengers into poor currency rates
Britain’s rail passengers could face delays and cancellations once again, as more improvement works and timetable changes are planned for 2019. That’s according to a report by the Public Accounts...
UK holidaymakers could face queues several hours long at Spanish airports in event of no-deal Brexit
Millions of British travellers have been warned that they could face up to three hour delays at immigration because of extra border checks required by Brussels if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal. We’ve looked at the busiest airports for British passengers, to see which are likely to be worst affected.