Here you'll find travel news that is interesting and appropriate, as well as collaborations and PR that I've done with some travel-related companies.
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.
This week focused on Storm Doris in the United Kingdom and the continuation of United States president Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Ubeeqo found that a quarter of British workers spend, on average, 712 hours per year travelling to and from work.
Explore.co.uk took emotion-tracking technology to the Manchester Arndale on Tuesday, and here was my result...
British adults are turning to nostalgia when booking holidays, a study has found.
From Helsinki’s humourous tourist welcoming to an 80-year-old flight attendant still in service, here is a round-up of the world wide web’s most interesting travel news.
This week saw a tragic plane crash in Colombia, Southern Rail putting together a compensation package to disgruntled customers and a special look at Minsk, Belarus.
From plans for an aeroplane that can get from London to New York in three-and-a-half hours to more Brexit fallout, we take a look at interesting news from around the travel world this week.
From the impact of Donald Trump's election victory to a portable travel agency, here is a round-up of the most-important and interesting travel news from around the web.
CityUnscripted allow visitors to ‘book a local’ and become ‘discoverers.’
Travel company Expedia released a guide for the majority of the 32 Champions League group stage teams’ stadia, and I was able to give them a helping han
A study conducted by Voucherbox and GoEuro shows the cost of misbehaving abroad for Europe-bound travellers following violence and anti-social behaviour at Euro 2016.
Passengers from several airlines across Europe had their travel plans affected by either cancellations or delays thanks to some outrageous behaviour.
Ryanair's 'February Madness' sale is upon us, and you could bag return flights to five different countries for a whopping £1 each way!