• Companies Pushing for All-Inclusive 2023

    The latest signs and messages coming through the inbox from holiday companies is, ‘Please push all-Inclusive for 2023’. Apparently with all the price hikes around Europe especially in Spain for food and drinks the demand has now shot up with more people requesting and booking...
  • Half-term holiday airfares surge by nearly half since pandemic

    Flights for the upcoming autumn half-term holiday are up 42% compared to before the pandemic, Which? research has found. It analysed of data and found huge price rises for flights from around the country. The average cost of one-way half-term tickets for six popular destinations...
  • Jet2 adds new Greece routes for summer 2023

    Jet2.com and Jet2holidays are expanding their 2023 programme again with new routes and extending the season.  Following a successful summer 2022 Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have put an even bigger summer 2023 programme on sale. It includes: 15 destinations available including three brand new routes -Bristol-Chania, East Midlands-Santorini and London Stansted-Athens. Summer 2023 capacity...
  • Travel Spending Down

    Travel spending down The latest consumer card spending data from Barclaycard has revealed the negative impact of the cost of living crisis on international travel. The report, which looks at consumer spending from July 23 – August 19, found that the domestic travel sector performed...
  • Why just Ibiza – Check-Out other best sunsets destinations with Jet2holidays

    Why just Ibiza – Check-Out other best sunsets destinations with Jet2holidays Enjoy breath-taking views and swoon-worthy sunsets with exclusive deals on getaways to Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Italy with Jet2holidays Whether you’re an off-the-beaten-track trekker, a family of thrill seekers, or simply one who sips cocktails...
  • Air travel slowdown after summer – Gatwick Airport

    Although it cites ‘business as usual,’ London Gatwick is warning the economic crisis will dampen passenger demand for autumn and winter. The headwinds coming could impact holiday flight demand well into 2023. Airlines haven’t showed us that is happening yet, but we are still in...
  • Jet2 Starting Early & Late in big push for Turkey 2023

    Earlier start to the Summer 23 season means Dalaman now opens from 17th March and Izmir from 15th, giving holidaymakers and independent travel agents more choice than ever when it comes to reaching Turkey’s Turquoise Coast. In addition, the companies are also bringing forward the...
  • Travel sector records fastest decline in July

    Inflationary pressures continued to impact spending on goods and services The transport sector, airlines and rail operators, saw the sharpest fall in spending activity, due to air travel disruption and rail strikes, according to the latest Lloyds Bank UK Sector Tracker report. It also impacted...
  • Brits travel to overtake pre-pandemic levels by 2024

    UK outbound travel is set to surpass pre-pandemic demand in 2024. The country’s outbound travel figures will reaching 86.9 million by 2024, overtaking the 84.7 million ] recorded in 2019, says data and analytics company GlobalData. GlobalData says budget-friendly travel and Spain in particular will...
  • The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection – delayed again.

    The long awaited debut of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection has been delayed yet again. The launch of first vessel, Evrima, is pushed back on October 15, 2022. The company says there are still global supply chain challenges holding up its completion. The launch date has been pushed...
  • London City on track for three million passengers

    London City says it remains on course to handle three million air travellers by the end of the year. It served 640,000 passengers across June and July August is also set to be busy, with over 300,000 passengers expected to travel as the airport closes...
  • Violent British passenger forces diversion

    A mid-air meltdown forced a LA-bound flight from London to divert. UK national William Stephen Hayes, 39, was arrested on suspicion of being violent and unruly on an international flight, after attempting to kick the windows of the aircraft He was also ‘disruptive, threatening and...
  • Heathrow passengers faking need for wheelchair to skip long queues

    Heathrow boss has called out impatient travellers faking medical conditions to skip long queues, some passengers are claiming they have trouble walking and need wheelchair assistance. He says requests for wheelchair support have risen. “Why is that happening? Some of this is because people are...
  • International tourists are flocking back to NYC

    The Big Apple is back. A projected 207% more international visitors are expected to flock to Gotham this year as compared to 2021, city tourism officials told The Post. There are expected to be 8.3 million foreign tourists in 2022, up from 2.7 million last...
  • Gatwick hires 400 security staff

    Gatwick Airport has bolstered the workforce to reduce security delays ahead of the busy summer peak period. It has hired more than 400 new security staff in recent weeks, with more still being recruited. The school summer holidays will see several million passengers travelling through...
  • Palladium Hotel Group

    Palladium Hotel Group Strengthens Its Commitment To Sustainability, Renewable Energies And Local Product. The Spanish hotel group, with properties across 6 countries, is taking firm steps to fulfil the commitment announced in January 2022 This commitment aims to achieve 50% of all energy consumed to...
  • Heathrow’s passenger cap to continue

    Airlines have been warned to expect Heathrow’s passenger cap to last longer than originally planned. Airlines have reportedly been told by the airport that curbs will last until after the October half-term holidays due to ongoing staff shortages. It means the passenger cap will last...
  • Airport Runways Melting

    The UK just had its hottest night ever recorded with Tuesday temperatures set to surpass 40C. The Met Office predicts 41C in some parts of England, issuing its first ever red extreme heat warning. Scotland and Wales will also have their hottest days on record,...
  • 2022 Big Demand for Holidays

    The lights are shining bright over airline industry for 2022 according to latest reports with some companies now bragging about how much demand there is for holidays using the words ‘Enormous Growth, mmm Hoping this is all true and not just a brag is brilliant...