Gatwick Airport has been hit by heavy snowfall, and the icy conditions have led to flight cancellations and delays.
Edinburgh Airport will be closed until further notice due to heavy snowfall. Travellers should contact their airline for further information.
Visit Rome in December to avoid the crowds and view famous tourist attractions in a different light.
British holidaymakers are still awaiting compensation from airlines for the disruption caused by the volcanic ash cloud that closed European airspace.
The Foreign Office is urging skiers and snowboarders to buy winter sports cover for their next holiday on the slopes.
Nearly 400 people have died in a tragic incident at the Cambodia Water Festival in Phnom Penh when a stampede ensued on a bridge.
Strike action in France could affect people’s travel plans on 23 November 2010. Air, rail and ferry travel could all be disrupted.
Experience the magic of Christmas in Toronto during the Winter Magic festival, which hosts a range of events from fire shows to break dancing.
If you decide to volunteer abroad, consider how the time of year could affect the project you are joining.
The travel industry is concerned that if the royal wedding takes place in the summer then it could affect people travelling abroad.
More sphinxes have been uncovered in Luxor, which are expected to be on display to the public in February 2011 in the world’s largest open air museum.
The FCO has issued advice for cricket fans that are travelling to Australia to enjoy the Ashes Tour.
Abu Dhabi offers culture, innovation and impressive hotels marking it as a luxury destination, and it’s continuing to grow.
Three A380 planes in the Singapore Airlines fleet will be having their engines changed for an updated model as a precautionary measure.
A survey carried out by the World Trade Market has revealed that the rise in APD is already affecting people’s holiday plans for next year.
The Winter Festival of Lights runs from 6 November 2010 to 31 January 2011, when the Canadian side of Niagara Falls are spectacularly illuminated.
The chief executive of Qantas has suggested that the incident on Thursday involving an exploded engine could have been due to a design issue.
Some believe that gap year students may be damaging the local economy when they take part in volunteer projects abroad.
Escape the cold, dark British climate and enjoy a holiday in November!
An explosive device was discovered on a cargo plane at East Midlands Airport on Friday. It was disguised as a printer cartridge.