Champions League final 2018: What went wrong with cancelled flights to Kiev?

Hundreds of Liverpool fans are seeking alternative routes to reach Kiev for Saturday’s Champions League Final, after several charter flights from Merseyside to the Ukrainian capital were cancelled. But how did it all go wrong? 21 September 2016: UEFA announces that the...

From Thomas Cook overnight flight delay to Primera plane collision: the holiday nightmares plaguing travellers

As the bank holiday rush gets under way, hundreds of holidaymakers have discovered that their trips have been curtailed or abruptly cancelled. A technical problem with a Thomas Cook flight from Gatwick to Dalaman in Turkey due out at 6.10pm on Thursday has delayed the departure...

Bournemouth launches 10-mile 'selfie wall trail' of specially commissioned street art

On the eve of Bank Holiday weekend, Bournemouth and Poole made a bid to lure more summer visitors with a 10-mile “Selfie Wall Trail” of specially commissioned murals. Seven artists have decorated 11 walls along the Dorset seafront, ranging from an owl outside a public...

Champions League Final: The alternative routes to Kiev for Liverpool fans

Hundreds of Liverpool fans are seeking alternative routes to reach Kiev for Saturday’s Champions League Final, after several charter flights from Merseyside to the Ukrainian capital were cancelled. Finding airline seats to Kiev has proved extremely difficult even...

UK rail companies fall short compared to rest of Europe, Great Train Comparison report shows

“If the mid-19th century was the heyday of railway development, this second decade of the 21st century is a new Golden Age for train travel” – so say Nicky Gardner and Suzanne Kries in the introduction to their splendid new Great Train Comparison, a Europe-wide...

Heathrow expansion: no 'gold-plated' third runway, says transport secretary

The transport secretary has warned Heathrow that the third runway must provide value for money. Chris Grayling said that while “expansion is long overdue”, it must be cost-efficient. “Heathrow’s customers should not pay for a ‘gold plated’...

Blackpool's £16m Icon rollercoaster is putting the Pleasure Beach back on the thrill seeker's map

‘I was going, “Please end, please end, oh my God, no”. It was fabulous’, says the Pleasure Beach managing director

Luton airport strike: Baggage handlers to walk out this weekend causing passenger delays

Walkout would hit the key days for families flying away for the half-term holiday

Bank Holiday travel: Northern Rail strikes and engineering works could wreck train journey plans

Record high temperatures for the bank holiday weekend could trigger record numbers of people on the move. But after a dismal start to the week for rail and air passengers, travel disruption is set to intensify. Train travel Re-signalling work by Network Rail will disrupt the...

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