Will travel as we know it disappear by 2040? How the climate crisis could change holiday habits forever

B Corp-certified operator Intrepid has made a raft of future travel predictions as the impact of climate change becomes more prevalent

Gatwick extends daily flight cap for further two weeks

Airport said the decision followed discussions with air traffic control operator Nats over its ongoing staffing challenges

Scott Dunn plans agent focus in 2024 off the back of Flight Centre acquisition

Since being acquired by Flight Centre, Scott Dunn has been trialling agent sales within the group

Hurtigruten targeting ‘household name’ status after triple Travel Industry Awards honour

Hurtigruten’s Ant Daniels tells TTG about a series of changes at the company designed to boost awareness of the brand after the line triumphed at the recent Travel Industry Awards by TTG

Not Just Travel quadruples cruise sales after ‘aggressive expansion’

The homeworking agency saw cruise sales quadruple year-on-year last month

Michelle Thake joins Not in the Guidebooks as BDM

Thake joins Not in the Guidebooks from Ocean Holidays, bringing more than 30 years’ travel industry experience to the role

Heathrow launches six-month trial of pre-booked security slots

Trial will be open to passengers travelling with American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates and Virgin Atlantic from Terminal 3

Cheers, Harvard mysteries and craft whiskey: the best of Boston

The Massachusetts city is treasured for its revolutionary role in US history, and is now buzzing with entrepreneurial spirit.

British Airways to double San Diego service next summer

Second daily Heathrow flight to California city take off in April

Tropical Storm Philippe makes landfall in Barbuda prompting FDCO alert

Storm forecast to bring heavy rains and high winds to the islands of Antigua and Barbuda over 2-3 October