Take it slow in some of the country’s best rural villages and market towns.
1. Discover the Forest of Bowland It’s the connoisseur’s alternative to the Yorkshire Dales, an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) comprising the same stone walls and sylvan valleys
Aer Lingus confirmed on Wednesday that it will be launching direct, nonstop flights from Manchester to the United States and the Caribbean. In total, the Irish carrier will launch four transatlantic flights from Manchester to New York, Boston, Orlando and Barbados. As of 29 July, Aer Lingus will launch its first-ever transatlantic service from Manchester …
As London prepares to ease out of lockdown, museums, galleries and music venues are starting to come out of hibernation, and across our theatres, the lights will soon flicker back on. Here is a glimpse of what’s on in London after lockdown 2021, including some
Six of the most spectacular railways in Scotland, from the world-famous West Highland Line to day trips from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
It’s almost here! After five years of research and development, JetBlue is finally ready to show off its next-generation business-class product, launching soon on flights to Europe and within the U.S. Each new business-class seat will offer a sliding door, and every cabin will feature two versions of the new product. First, the airline’s extra-spacious …
What should air travellers expect from airlines and airports in 2021 as the industry starts to recover from COVID-19?
A British Airways jumbo jet, retired due to Covid-19, will become a set where movies like Casino Royale and Mission Impossible were filmed.
Our top ‘postbox’ walks take visitors to the most beautiful sections of St Helena’s coastline, and showcase the best of the island’s scenery.
A look at how the British Airways network has fared this autumn, based on Flightradar24 data from September and October. What effect will lockdown have?
A geographer wants to help people find their feet by mapping the best routes to walk between towns.
Willie Walsh will step down as Chief Executive of International Airlines Group on Tuesday 8 September.
Interesting read on the impact of one man on British Airways over the last two decades.
If there’s one thing our island nation has a lot of, it’s world-class beaches. The UK is edged with sand dunes, soft stretches crying out for buckets and spades, secluded coves only accessible by foot, rugged, rocky havens and pebbled beaches dotted with fishing boats.
There are iconic ones, often complete with arcades, piers and ice-cream vans, incredibly popular ones (anyone heard of Bournemouth beach? No?) and secret ones that locals proudly keep to themselves. But the best? That’s a hard thing to settle on.
Many London art galleries are reopening in the coming weeks, and we’ve rounded up the major returners in one place for your convenience.
Slowly life returns to London’s cultural landscape as museums and galleries wake from their virus imposed slumber and prepare to welcome visitors again.
This is a fantastic resource.
I should also add that if you’re outside the UK, you should not travel there unless you’re prepared – and can afford – to be quarantined for 14 days.
The grand Covent Garden reopening takes place on Monday, with shops returning and some new social distancing measures in place.
Tate Modern and Tate Britain are planning to reopen to the public in August, according to director Maria Balshaw. In an interview with The Art Newspaper, Balshaw said that London museums and
JetBlue has maintained plans to launch transatlantic flights from London from late 2021, in spite of COVID-19.
It’s been seven long weeks since the National Trust closed its properties, parks and gardens to the public. But, for anyone missing their fix of picturesque greenery and opulent stately homes there’s some good news on the horizon. From today (Wednesday May 13), the National Trust says it will be ‘working on plans to reopen’.
Following the prime minister’s announcement on Sunday that people could now take unlimited exercise outdoors and drive to other destinations, the National Trust has said it will ‘start opening some car parks in England, in line with government advice, so that people can access fresh air, open space and nature.’
While its pay-for-entry sites, including houses and gardens, remain closed at the moment, the trust says that when government guidance allows for its sites to reopen it will ‘introduce a pre-booking system’ in order to maintain social distancing.