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Your guide to booking with confidence as travel returns

The pandemic has made it tricky to plan travel, but our top tips will help you to get back out there. Read all about the best tools and tricks so you can start exploring the world again.

The Return of Travel – Skyscanner publishes global trends report

Our new report offers a glimpse into changing traveller behaviours and looks ahead at the emerging trends in the sector  Insights are benchmarked against 2019…

The most LGBTQ+-friendly hotel brands around the world

Are you looking for an LGBTQ+ friendly hotel for your next trip? Find out which brands go above and beyond to welcome LGBTQ+ travellers and support their LGBTQ+ employees.

British Airways flight deals and special offers for 2021 & 2022

Feeling the need to get away from the mundane routine? With these British Airways flight deals, you can start planning your next adventure right now.

Committing to disability inclusion: Skyscanner joins The Valuable 500

“It’s our mission to make travel better for the planet and everyone on it, and we mean everyone. With over 1 billion people in the…

Skyscanner reveals traveller positivity after one year of restrictions

We’ve seen a surge in positivity among travellers as news emerges around potential travel to European favourites   UK favourites Spain and Greece have seen increases in searches and booking for the summer over the last few weeks following proposed measures to welcome UK travellers   Prices are…

Coronavirus travel questions: Your COVID-19 queries answered

International travel won’t be allowed from the UK until at least 17 May. But if you have to travel now, or want to plan for the future, we answer your coronavirus travel questions.

83% of Americans would be happy to carry digital COVID-19 health data in order to travel

83% of Americans would be happy to carry digital COVID-19 health data in order to travel

More than half of US survey participants (54%), surveyed by Skyscanner in conjunction with OnePoll stated they would be happy to carry digital health information if it allowed…