How to avoid Ryanair's £55 check-in charge

Ryanair’s online check-in window will be open from just 48 hours to two hours before departure from 13 June.  Passengers who haven’t reserved seats and arrive at the airport without having checked in online are required to pay a fee of £55 in the UK or...

Primera Air cancels maiden flight from London Stansted to Toronto

The troubled transatlantic airline Primera Air has abruptly cancelled its maiden flight from Stansted to Toronto, blaming a “delay of aircraft delivery from manufacturer”. Passengers booked on flight PF45 from the Essex airport to Canada’s largest city on 31 May...

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When travel experts get it wrong: the worst mistakes we've made on holiday

Experience permeates the very being of the Telegraph Travel team. Between us, we’ve seen the world twice over, taken all roads high and low and explored corners and cultures few could even name, before relaying the essence of our days in a manner designed to inspire and...

6 things to know the next time you go through airport security

Believe it or not, there are even MORE rules and regulations all travelers should know about.  (iStock) Vacation time is nearly here, and hopefully you’ve found a deal on a flight. Now, all you need to do is think about packing and brush up on those ever-changing...

'Like staying at a chic occult temple': Inside the new Principal London hotel in Bloomsbury

I had sort of forgotten Russell Square existed. I’m not sure what it stands for these days. Over the decades it has been a place for the bohemian London literary set-in-residence and also for cinephiles, navigating the brutalist Brunswick Centre to find the Renoir art house...

Vientiane city guide: Where to eat, drink, shop and stay in the Laos capital

In many ways, Vientiane is the least Southeast Asian of all the Southeast Asian capitals. Laos’ first city stretches along the eastern bank of the Mekong where it forms the border with Thailand, a peaceful treasure trove of French bakeries and Buddhist stupas, wine cellars...

In the footsteps of the Dambusters: walking with ghosts in Lincolnshire

A bomb before dinner seems a lot to digest, but there it is anyway – tucked beside the Twenties swimming pool, which has been turned into a fountain. It looks, at first glance, like a heavy roller for a cricket pitch, idle between innings. But a sign in front reveals the...

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