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Travel news

International travel-related news all in one place – travel trends, traveller statistics, and worldwide issues affecting travel patterns.

21 November 2017

According to a recent survey, British travellers are drinking more and more before their flights, even as airlines attempt to clamp down on this behaviour.

15 November 2017

International SOS and Control Risks has launched the latest iteration of its interactive travel map, Travel Risk Map. 

14 November 2017

The Sri Lankan Government has announced that it will be creating legislation in an attempt to regulate adventure tourism activities in the country.

09 November 2017

International mobility looks set to continue to rise, with small and medium-sized multinationals, in particular, driving growth and encouraging employees to move at an ever-increasing rate.

07 November 2017

WTTC finds the UK capital, London, generates more international tourist spend than any other city in Europe.

03 November 2017

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has warned travellers against travelling to the Philippines due to the ‘high threat’ of a terrorist attack in the country, including in the capital Manila.

01 November 2017

In what is being described as a terror attack, a number of pedestrians – including some tourists – were killed when a driver struck a crowd in New York, US on the afternoon of 31 October.

30 October 2017

Australia-based travel insurance provider World Nomads has launched its Insider’s Guide to the Ultimate Gap Year.

30 October 2017

Time spent in transit is the most challenging aspect of business travel, according a new report released by the GBTA Foundation.

24 October 2017

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, a near doubling of the four billion air travellers expected to fly this year, according to the association’s 20-Year Air Passenger Forecast. 

20 October 2017

The Trump Administration revealed that the Republic of Chad ended up on the latest iteration of its US travel ban because a shortage of paperwork meant Chad officials were unable to send a sample of the country’s passport.