Here we are again at the rear end of another week in history, which means that it’s time for a round-up of travel news from around the web.
This week saw the fall of a great European attraction as Malta’s Azure Window was lost to the sea, air travel hailed as the planet’s safest form of transportation, and yet more fallout from United States President Donald Trump’s infamous travel ban.
The Telegraph: Malta’s famous Azure Window arch collapses into the sea
Liverpool ECHO: Virgin Trains hold a ‘flash sale’ for the 20th anniversary of their service on the West Coast line
Travel Weekly: Travel ‘remains safest form of long distance travel, figures reveal
The Guardian: Trump travel ban could prevent the United States hosting the 2026 World Cup
Travel Weekly: Strike at airports in Berlin disrupts world’s largest travel trade fair
Travel Weekly: Monarch reports a resurgence in bookings to Greece and Turkey
MarketWatch: Study finds out how aging affects travel habits
The Courier: V&A museum ‘to make Dundee one of UK’s top destinations’
Travel + Leisure: Royal Caribbean to break own record for largest cruise ship
The Independent: Series of underground tunnels believed to be used by Knights Templar found beneath rabbit hole in Shropshire
IBTimes: A flare caused the temporary closure of London’s Covent Garden tube station
WalesOnline: The airline which flies between Cardiff and Anglesey has gone into liquidation
Daily Mail: British Airways are soon to have less leg room than Ryanair
BBC: Flights were delayed at Southampton Airport due to air traffic controller illness
Breaking Travel News: Virgin Holidays links up with Amazon Alexa
Got any interesting news stories from this week? Don't forget to share them with us in the comments section below!