British holidaymakers will find their spending money goes furthest in Spain and Portugal this year, according to a new Post Office survey.
Samoa Air has become the first carrier to charge passengers by the pound. Writer Chris Torney looks at whether this policy could catch on in Europe.
With 16 per cent of Brits heading abroad for stag and hen parties this year, many booze-fuelled party-goers are likely to end up in trouble with the local law, research by Confused.com shows.
The OFT has issued a warning about misleading practices holiday companies use to trick travellers into spending more cash. Money journalist Neil Faulkner highlights the traps to look out for.
Should airlines charge passengers by weight? A Norwegian economist has published a paper saying yes! But writer Chris Torney says a fat tax won't take off.
More and more holidaymakers are failing to take out travel insurance. But why wouldn’t someone take out cover?
The European Commission has announced changes to air passenger rights which could make it harder to claim compensation for delays.
All-inclusive holidays have previously been available for long haul trips like Mexico and the Caribbean but are now becoming popular for short haul trips as Turkey and Spain. So can these deals save you money?
Thousands of older travellers risk incurring huge medical bills abroad due to lack of insurance, the government has warned.
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