When cold winter winds are howling, it’s a thought to step outside and walk the dog.
Gatwick’s drone chaos was “not an unforeseen incident” and technology to identify flying gadgets has existed for several years, according to the head of a Government body.
Ticket prices on some ferry services could be increased to help mitigate high demand at peak times, the Transport Secretary has said.
A strike by security staff at eight German airports is causing travel disruption for tens of thousands of travellers.
Dutch airline KLM has announced plans to increase the numbers of services flying from Aberdeen to Amsterdam during the summer.
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The busiest year for a Scottish airport has been recorded in the capital.
One of Scotland's biggest luxury hotel groups is planning to shed up to 50 jobs - citing "economic and political uncertainty" for spiralling costs.
ScotRail’s train and station facilities improved in the final weeks of 2018 when compared to the same period of the previous year, according to new figures.
The performance of ScotRail must significantly improve in order to meet its agreed targets, according to a new report.
A website about Skye has been translated into Mandarin in a bid to encourage people from China to visit the island.
Exclusivity and country charm lie at the heart of a stay at Rufflets.
Jersey has always had a good, if not great, gastro reputation. Your gastric juices automatically start getting loud and difficult to mask when the Channel island is mentioned. It is probably the best place to eat in the British Isles.
A pedestrian who died after he was hit by a van in Moray has been named by police.
Do you remember the lady from my hotel in Sukhumi? The one who seemed to enjoy scolding me for treating the place “like a hotel”?
When Alistair Baranowski surveys his back garden, he can choose between visiting the saloon or paying his respects at the cemetery, which is filling up fast due to shoot-outs.
The Transport Secretary has conceded the recent rise in rail fares, brought in while ScotRail struggles with performance targets, is “unwelcome” for travellers.
Imagine waking up to discover your car hoisted on to the roof of a 70ft-tall building. That’s what happened to one unlucky Cambridge professor, when he awoke one morning in 1958 to find his Austin Seven on top of the university’s Senate House. Resulting newspaper headlines generated curiosity, outrage and sniggers nationwide.
Cruise passengers will soon be able to travel direct from Aberdeen on six new routes, including one to Russia.
Train fares in Britain have gone up by an average of 3.1%.
Britain’s rail fares increased by an average of 3.1% on Wednesday.
The introduction of a 2.8% increase in average train fares in Scotland has been criticised amid falling performance levels.
Satisfaction with flying has fallen over the past two years amid frustration over how airlines handle complaints, new research suggests.
Some of the sightings of drones which kept Gatwick Airport on shutdown may have involved the police’s own craft, a senior officer has admitted.
Rail workers are said to be solidly supporting another strike in the long running guards dispute, causing disruption to services.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police has said he feels “really sorry” for a couple who felt “violated” after being held for 36 hours before being cleared of involvement of the disruption of Gatwick Airport by drones.
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The Queensferry Crossing has improved reliability, transport bosses said as figures revealed it has remained open on 20 occasions when the Forth Road Bridge would have been forced to close.
UK holidaymakers wanting to begin the new year with a bargain winter sun trip should head to Cyprus, according to new research.
How much can you cram into 48 hours? A huge amount is the answer when you commit yourself to blitzing a Christmas-themed sightseeing trip of the Big Smoke in just two days.
Suggestions that there may never have been any drones at Gatwick were down to “poor communications”, police have said.
Ministers will discuss the Gatwick Airport drone drama in a Christmas Eve conference call as detectives examine a damaged drone in a bid to catch the culprits.