Major hotel booking sites are continuing to use tactics that could mislead customers despite a clampdown by the competition watchdog, a consumer group has warned.
Six regional airports remain closed until the start of Friday due to a strike by air traffic controllers locked in a row over pay.
Six airports have closed for 24 hours due to a strike by air traffic controllers involved in a pay dispute.
With its gleaming skyscrapers, hyper-priced designer shops and enormous yachts lining the quayside, Dubai has rightly gained a reputation as a millionaires’ playground.
Shetlanders can expect a tourism boom after Lonely Planet identified the islands as one of its top 10 must-see destinations in Europe.
Embattled travel group Thomas Cook will open a new boutique hotel this week as it seeks to reassure customers over its finances.
Shetland has been named as one of Europe's must-see destinations by one of the world's leading travel authorities.
It’s not every day you find yourself shaking hands with a bespectacled, twinkly-eyed stranger who introduces himself as Harry Potter.
Six airports will close for one day this week as a result of a strike by air traffic controllers involved in a pay dispute.
Flights coming to and from the north and north-east have been affected by a power cut at Manchester Airport.
A project to link air travel between Skye and the central belt of Scotland was given the go-ahead at Highland Council yesterday.
Football fans risk losing thousands of pounds if they book illegal package holidays to attend European finals, the aviation regulator has warned.
UK holidaymakers were fleeced out of more than £7 million by fraudsters during last year, new figures show.
A fast-acting school bus driver has been hailed after grabbing a student by the back of his jacket as he was about to step out into the path of a car.
ScotRail has been criticised for its “Byzantine” compensation scheme for delayed passengers, after research revealed the process is among the UK’s most complicated.
ScotRail timetable improvements will add thousands of seats for passengers every day, the operator has said.
Motorists are being warned that they are breaking the law if they drive too close to cyclists on the road.
A signalling fault is currently causing delays for services between the Central Belt and the north-east.
A strike among pilots at Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has entered its fourth day, with the carrier being forced to cancel 1,213 flights on Monday and Tuesday, affecting some 110,000 passengers.
Nearly 600 flights have been cancelled and thousands of passengers stranded on the third day of a strike by pilots at Scandinavian Airlines (SAS).
If you’re looking for somewhere a little different for your next holiday, Airbnb is offering the chance to stay in a giant potato.
Scotland’s regional airline has launched new routes between Inverness and the East Midlands.
South coast city break: Southampton is well worth a visit in its own right after major investment in its attractions
At a time when holidaymakers are venturing to ever-more exotic parts of the world to find the latest hidden gem, some remain a lot closer to home.
Scores of budding seafarers turned out at a special event to learn more about The Press and Journal's exotic nautical adventure.
From luxury lodges by the River Tay, to a contemporary house with a guaranteed investment return, to an historic and quirky listed country home, Mains of Taymouth has something to suit every sector of the holiday home market – for happy holidays for many years to come, just look at its amazing choice.
ScotRail's boss has said he is "very sorry" for the delays and disruption faced by north-east rail passengers over the past six months.
As I typed this article last month, the first bumblebee of the year had just staggered past the window. Spring may not quite have arrived, but winter was over.
A new fleet of Caledonian Sleeper trains, with double beds and en-suite bathrooms, have been unveiled and transported passengers for the first time.
Rail passengers travelling to and from the north-east this weekend have been warned to arrange their travel in advance.
Motorists will face weeks of additional disruption after a north-east road closure was extended by almost a month.
Normally a journey from our home, north of Aberdeen, “down south” (ie anywhere south of Stonehaven), is a bit like a trip to the dental hygienist – something you know has to be done, but is usually a slow, painful and generally unpleasant experience.
The opening of a long-awaited replacement north-east train station has been delayed by a further six months.