Sometimes you can understand more of the world from the comfort of your own home
The COVID-19 crisis is an epic disaster for the global travel industry. But we shouldn't try to return to business as usual.
New technologies and service models could revolutionise Britain's creaking, privatised bus networks.
Alaska has been mostly spared from the virus, but the outbreak's impact on its economy could still be catastrophic because of its reliance on seasonal tourism.
Travel and philosophy have enjoyed a quiet love affair for centuries.
As coronavirus spreads across the globe, travellers need to be smart about where they go, how they travel and what precautions they take. A travel expert offers a few tips.
For any physical inconvenience or emotional distress caused by a tour operator, there is a legal precedent for claiming compensation. But, as with all contracts, you need to read the fine print.
Every business should go to great lengths to protect its personnel with a robust travel security program.
A cruise can be a fantastic holiday. But it certainly won't be if you end up confined to the bathroom with gastro.
Your children can have a rich experience, seeing different parts of the world and understanding other cultures. And there are several things you can do to support their learning.
Where once we subjected friends to post-holiday slideshows, now we share travel selfies live with a remote audience. This study teased out the tension between snapping and experiencing the trip.
People tend to pay attention when things get personal, so you need to know how climate change is damaging things in your life.
Not so long ago, people had no idea what would happen to them – and what they would see – once they ascended into the clouds.
A data scholar explains why playing at home doesn't provide the boost that it once did.
United Airlines faced a public relations nightmare when they dragged a man off a flight in 2017 – until the blame shifted back to the victim.
The day and a half it takes to get from New York to Singapore and back offers plenty of time to ponder the economics of ultra-long-haul flights – and wonder why we'd want to make it any longer.
Your next flight could be the single biggest contribution to global warming you make all year. Experts imagine how we might travel in future, without the 'flygskam'.
Hajj pilgrims looking online for advice about their upcoming pilgrimage to Mecca, in Saudi Arabia, may not find TripAdvisor so useful.
Turning from the conflict of airport expansions to a vision of a low-carbon transport system.
Washing hands and coughing into your elbow can help limit the spread of infectious diseases on planes and around the globe. So why don't passengers read about this in their inflight magazines?