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London Gatwick open with mammoth backlog as drones disappear

London’s Gatwick airport reopened for flights Dec 21 while cautioning that it’s still on the hunt for illegal drones that buzzed the hub for almost 24 hours, disrupting travel for more than 120,000 people.


Thomas Cook warns on profit as hot summer hits demand

LONDON: British holiday company Thomas Cook cut its 2018 profit forecast, blaming a heatwave in northern Europe for more discounting and tougher competition in the most profitable later part of the summer season, sending its shares plunging.


Thomas Cook evacuates 300 from Egyptian hotel after couple's deaths

LONDON/CAIRO (Reuters) - Thomas Cook said it was evacuating all 301 of its customers from a hotel in Egypt's popular Red Sea resort of Hurghada as a precautionary measure after two of its holidaymakers died in circumstances it said were still unclear.


Fosun eyes North America tourism market

Firm keen to acquire travel agencies and resort brands


5 romantic places to go to in Europe

Paris is the city of love, so if you're looking for a romantic holiday destination, look no further ... you might think. Here are 5 options for a romantic getaway in Europe.


IAG in exclusive takeover talks for Niki - source

FRANKFURT/VIENNA: British IAG is in exclusive talks to buy Niki, Air Berlin’s insolvent Austrian airline, a source close to the process said on Thursday, after Niki’s administrator said that one bidder out of four remained.


Thomas Cook to close 50 UK stores as sales move online

Travel firm Thomas Cook said it would close 50 stores in Britain as part of an ongoing review into its shop network, as more and more sales move online.


It’s the end of animal shows as tourist attractions

With increased awareness of animal welfare, including animals used in tourist attractions, there soon won't be elephant rides, bull fights or bear shows.


Britain's easyJet expands in Germany with Air Berlin deal

BERLIN: EasyJet said it agreed to buy part of Air Berlin's operations at Berlin Tegel airport, ending uncertainty over the fate of the failed airline's remaining assets and strengthening the British carrier's position in Germany.


Mobile travel consultants pose threat to traditional travel agencies

Chances are high that you've booked holiday travel or a business trip using an agent or large online portal. Perhaps you've even booked directly with a certain hotel or airline.