Ferry operator CalMac is seeking to appoint a service provider to deliver an adequate ferry booking and ticket solution for its vast network across Scottish islands.
In the early 8th and 9th Centuries, the Vikings sailed across the North Sea from western Norway to claim Orkney and Shetland as their own.
The city of Edinburgh has remained at the pinnacle of Scotland’s history for generations, becoming one of the most visited destinations across the country.
Politicians in the North have hit out after reports the HS2 rail route to Leeds and Sheffield could be scrapped under cost-cutting plans.
An airport was partially evacuated and an aircraft cordoned off after a leak in cargo containing vaccinations.
Business and union representatives are pressing home concerns they have about the future of Wick John O’Groats airport.
Ryanair bosses have said the air travel regulator was partly at fault for the chaos surrounding the collapse of Thomas Cook, calling for it to introduce tougher financial stress tests to protect customers.
Cumbria – home to the beautiful Lake District and the county of the first city you reach travelling by road from Scotland down the A74-M74 and then the M6.
Caledonian Sleeper services will be cancelled for two days as staff strike over what unions described as “intolerable pressure”.
A family have said they “cannot thank British Airways enough” after the airline offered to fund a Disney trip that was cancelled after Thomas Cook’s collapse.
Anger is growing over millions of pounds in payments made to Thomas Cook bosses before the tour operator collapsed.
Nearly 15,000 Thomas Cook customers have been repatriated following the travel company’s collapse, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said.
Since having children, I have become a bit of a holiday park aficionado.
A series of strikes planned by Ryanair pilots have been called off.
Tour operator Thomas Cook has confirmed it is seeking £200 million in extra funding as it attempts to prevent a collapse.
An Extinction Rebellion co-founder has been arrested for the second time in three days after trying to fly a drone near Heathrow Airport during an environmental protest, the group said.
Your beloved four-legged friend gets the chance to become king or queen of the castle during a stay at Knock Castle Hotel and Spa.
The first-ever strike by British Airways pilots will cripple flights from Monday, causing travel disruption for tens of thousands of passengers.
More than 400 airline passengers have been arrested on suspicion of being drunk in the past two years, an investigation has found.
ScotRail commuters are experiencing delays and cancellations this morning due to signal faults. The Inverness to Aberdeen line has been affected with some cancellations taking place from Huntly. This has subsequently had a knock-on effect with train currently delayed. The issue has been reported to the train operator ScotRail.
Satisfaction with air travel has fallen in the past three years, according to new research.
After spending the night at Glenmorangie House, I felt like I’d been a guest at a lovely party.
An airliner carrying up to 186 passengers was forced to take avoiding action after a drone was spotted, a near-miss report has revealed.
Troubled travel company Thomas Cook has “substantially agreed” the key terms to a rescue deal with Chinese firm Fosun, lenders and bondholders to secure the company’s future.
If you can’t decide between a cruise or a city break, then this could be the ideal spot for you to lay your head for a night in Scotland’s capital.
It inspired writers such as childhood favourite Beatrix Potter and poet William Wordsworth, and has recently been named a Unesco World Heritage site.
The Government has launched a review into HS2.
The family of a man who died after contracting legionnaires’ disease on holiday in Bulgaria is taking legal action against tour operator Jet2.
Travellers in the north-east suffered six hours of chaos yesterday after trains between Aberdeen and the central belt were cancelled.
Learner drivers in Caithness and Sutherland trying to pass their theory tests are travelling as far as Orkney and Elgin rather than wait several months to sit one nearer home.
A man was given his own private Delta flight after he was the only person to show up for the trip.
A plane operated by airline Norwegian was damaged after hitting a fence while being moved from its departure gate at Gatwick, the carrier said.