UK trumpets roaming caps for travellers to Norway, Iceland and – maybe one day – Liechtenstein

U.K. residents travelling to Norway or Iceland have their mobile roaming fees capped, representing part of a recent trade agreement between the countries. The U.K. signed a free trade agreement with Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein, a triumvirate of markets notable for the fact that they are not members of the European Union (EU), but the … Read more

Travellers stranded as major disruption to Paddington trains continues into Tuesday

Disruption to train services in and out of continued overnight with many passengers stranded in following the Queen’s funeral. No trains have been able to enter or leave Paddington station, west London, since 6.30am on Monday because of damage to overhead electric wires near and station. said the disruption was expected to continue until midday … Read more

Insights on the Adventure Tourism Global Market to 2030 – by Type, Activity, Travellers, Age Group and Region

Adventure Tourism Market Dublin, Sept. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The global adventure tourism market size valued to USD 288.08 billion in 2021, is expected an elevation of USD 2824.41 billion by 2030 witnessing a CAGR of 28.8% from 2022-2030. Adventure tourism involves exploration of exotic destinations, … Read more

Chaotic summer for post-pandemic air travellers in Europe

After two years of Covid restrictions travellers are coming back to Europe, but airlines and airports that cut jobs during the pandemic are struggling to keep up. Passengers are seeing long lines at check-in counters and security checks, as well as delayed or cancelled flights and lost luggage. Tens of thousands of pilots, cabin crew, … Read more