Archive of articles from 2010
As the so-called "Big Freeze" continues to bite, national embarrassment has turned to utter humiliation as over half a million people have been stranded
For travellers looking to go skiing this winter, organising parts of the holiday independently – such as the hotel, flight and ski passes – can be a great way to save money.
Qantas has announced flight services with its Airbus A380 aircraft are to resume, commencing with an initial A380 service to London via Singapore on Saturday November 27th 2010.
The government's controversial Air Passenger Duty (APD) was hiked significantly today, November 1st 2010, adding to the cost of holidays for all of us but particularly for long haul travel.
The traditional fortnight in the sun is starting to take on a whole new meaning as Brits start to shun the Spanish beach holiday in favour of a completely new Costa.
As the third operator of the summer collapsed last week there have been cries of a crisis in the industry.
As David Cameron calls for expansion of Britain's vital tourism industry, <i>Gareth Vipers</i> takes a look at the issues in a guest editor's blog for Travelbite.co.uk:
<i>Gareth Vipers</i> takes a look at how the travel industry is coping with the new trend for 'green credentials' in a guest editor's blog for Travelbite.co.uk:
As Cheryl Cole continues her recovery after contracting malaria while on holiday in Tanzania, Travelbite.co.uk Editor Natasha von Geldern takes a look at what travellers need to be aware of to avoid the same fate.
Mobiles, smartphones and mobile internet have become an essential part of the modern traveller's kit and with the World Cup underway in South Africa we'd like to highlight just how smart consumers have to be when it comes to using mobile devices when they're on holiday.
Just when we thought it was safe to travel a UK bookie has today cut the odds on Iceland's Katla volcano being the next one to erupt.
For African tourism to survive, prosper and contribute to social upliftment, it requires real investment from both government and the private sector.
A quarter of British adults were impacted by the recent volcanic ash crisis, with three million unable to fly and a further seven million with family members affected, according to the latest research.
Editor's Blog: The great luggage ripoff
American humorist Mark Twain once wrote: "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness". In other words, travel broadens the mind.
Pat-down searches and increased bag searches and gate screening could be the future of travel to the US following the failed terrorist attack on a Northwest Airlines flight on Christmas Day.