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Almost 700 flights have been cancelled due to a severe tropical storm in Japan.
Reports have now confirmed that the body found in the jungle near the Dunsun forest eco resort in Malaysia is that of 15-year-old missing girl Nora Quoirin.
In wake of the pro-democracy protests that extended into two of its terminals, flights are now beginning to resume at Hong Kong Airport.
Thomas Cook has managed to secure £150 million winter funding from bondholders, in addition to the £750 million package agreed with Chinese tourism firm Fosun.
Figures from the World Travel Monitor show that incoming tourism to Germany enjoyed a strong first half of 2019, with a rise of 3.7 per cent compared with 2018.
Travellers to Hong Kong have been advised to exercise a ‘high degree of caution’ due to violence between protesters and police
British explorer, fundraiser, author and all-round living legend Sir Ranulph Fiennes has now added ‘patron of the Travel Risk & Incident Prevention (TRIP) Group’ to his inventory of titles, highlighting his support of the company’s effective management of the safety and security of overseas travellers.
The European Union is funding a new programme aimed at highlighting the danger points for jellyfish attacks on Spanish beaches as their numbers grow as a result of global warming
Riskline has launched an invaluable new travel resource aimed specifically at female travellers that helps them identify and avoid unnecessary risk when travelling and working abroad.