With just a 3D printer a thief can open locks fitted to the majority of suitcases and bags in just seconds. We know this because we did it ourselves.
Passengers are being asked to pay twice for the same ticket
Ryanair has launched a new frequent flyer scheme in a bid to spark loyalty from budget travellers. The low-cost carrier promises that flyers will be able to choose their seats,...
Which? experts rate escorted tour holiday companies like Riviera Travel, Saga and Great Rail Journeys, that provide tour-guide led holidays to India, China, USA and Canada and group activity holidays closer to home.
With the 26-30 railcard recently launching nationally, we look at a range of railcards to explore whether it's worth buying one.
Hotel booking sites have been ordered to be more transparent about discounts and hidden charges after an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The government watchdog took enforcement action against Expedia, Booking.com, Agoda, Hotels.com, ebookers and Trivago for potentially breaking consumer protection law.
Hotel guests are most likely to run into problems if they check into a Britannia, Which? Travel has found. Four in 10 customers who booked into one of the chain’s properties had an issue with their stay, according to our survey of more than 7,000 people. The most common concerns experienced by Britannia hotel guests related to poor customer service (41%) and the quality of rooms (41%), followed by cleanliness (32%) and the quality of food and drink (27%).
Fares continue to rise but many train companies are failing to keep fed-up commuters happy, according to our latest passenger survey. Northern and Thameslink, whose passengers suffered as a result...
A no-deal Brexit will leave millions of British holidaymakers with valid passports unable to travel to France, Spain and other Schengen Zone countries after March 29.
Flyers will soon be able to pay extra to use a new luxury terminal at Manchester Airport, after its waiting times were rated among the worst in the UK. The new facility, dubbed PremiAir, will offer fast-track security and immigration, a chauffeur-driven ride to your flight and a 'personalised' baggage service for those willing to fork out an extra £50 at least.