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Airlines Are Taking off Again on Flights to…

A growing trend in the aviation industry to counter the effects of the coronavirus pandemic is the flight to nowhere. Passengers will be treated to the full airport experience as though they are going somewhere…

Airport testing for Covid-19 could be rolled out…

The incidences of COVID-19 spikes around the world is unpredictable and with each spike comes a government edict to travellers to self-isolate on their return. With so few travel corridors in place, options for international…

Qatar Airways Is Giving Away 21,000 Free Plane…

With the added stress of teaching during a pandemic — whether in person or virtually — teachers definitely deserve some relaxation now more than ever, and Qatar Airways wants to help. In honor of World Teachers’ Day (Oct. 5),…

Tunisia and Barbados add UK to high risk…

Any dreams of holidaying in the idyllic Caribbean island of Barbados, or visiting Tunisia are now dashed for UK holidaymakers as these two countries have responded to the COVID spikes around Britain. Barbados – quarantine…

Brighton: What’s it like to travel in the…

Four years ago the Brighton Eye (akin to the London Eye) was replaced as a seafront landmark in Brighton by the British Airways i360, a 162-metre-tall vertical tower and its observation pod which lords it over the seafront.…

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Last minute changes in quarantine rules is changing…

As the global pandemic tantalises UK holidaymakers with last-minute spikes, the government’s Thursday reviews invariably result in last-minute changes to the travel corridor rules. Transport secretary Grant Shapps makes his decision based on “science” and…