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Top 9 reasons why you should visit Jersey with Loganair

As part of the Common Travel Area, Jersey makes an excellent staycation for couples, families, and adventure seekers. Hop on a plane or ferry to explore the sunniest spot in the British Isles!

2021 travel trends and how traveller focus is shifting

Wondering what the future of travel holds? We looked at search behaviour to predict 2021 travel trends.

How safe is flying during Coronavirus?

You might be dreaming about your next trip – but how safe is it to fly right now? We explain what airports and airlines are doing to make travel safer and the steps you can take to reduce the risks while travelling.

Travel bubbles and corridors: What they mean and the plans for the Trans-Tasman bubble, Singapore-China bubble, and EU corridors

What are these so-called travel bubbles you’ve been hearing so much about? We explore what they mean and what impact they’ll have on your travel plans.

Slow tourism: Travel blogger Wandering Daughter shares her tips for slow travel

We asked Seattle-based travel blogger and mum of three Astrid, otherwise known as Wandering Daughter, to share her slow travel tips for families.

What to expect when flying during coronavirus – my experience

Travel blogger Annika Friesen explains what it’s like to fly during coronavirus and shares some useful tips for travelling during these unprecedented times.

Pride isn’t cancelled this year — it’s just different

For Pride 2020, Skyscanner teamed up with Roxanne and Maartje of the LGBTQ+ travel blog Once Upon a Journey to help spread the word that…

Travel Quiz: Test your knowledge

Welcome to our travel quiz! Put your general travel knowledge to the test and find out how well you know your fellow travellers. There are…

Keep your little travellers entertained with our new play packs

There’s no doubt about it: juggling work and personal responsibilities while being forced to stay at home can be a struggle. And if you have a restless child at home—or know of someone who does—it all becomes exponentially more difficult.