air travel

Travellers will be required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival to the UK – so is going abroad this year cancelled?
Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte has called for the whole of Italy to go into lockdown as the country tries to stop the rampant swell of new cases and deaths resulting from Covid-19. Elsewhere, confusion reigns in the White House as some close to Donald Trump are forced to self-isolate, airlines are running “ghost planes” and cancellation of events continues around the world.
The airline narrowly avoided going bust in January but has continued to lose money.
Huge amounts of plastic and food waste end up in landfill or incinerated. Some airlines are trying to tackle the problem, but it's complicated.
We pick five European destinations for those who've not got time to trawl the deals.
Long-haul travel comes at a cost and travellers want to make their trips count.
Another benefit of travelling when you're a celeb? No one gives your loud kids any nasty looks.
From Tampa, Florida to Krakow in Poland, here's where and when to book your next holiday.
Frequent flyers should pay an 'escalating miles' levy instead, a report suggests.
You could be entitled to a full refund or costs incurred completing your holiday – but there are some exceptions.