Q: I’m interested in the Airbus A380. Why do you think that no US airlines have ordered the “superjumbo”, and what is its long-term future?
The Flemish city’s fine art and delicious cuisine are closer than you think
The latest Lonely Planet guide to West Africa devotes just four pages to a country five times bigger than Britain
Locations that have been battlegrounds in vicious wars are now regarded as havens of peace in troubled times
Train operator allowed travellers to switch to future dates - but option applies only to people booked up to this weekend
Foreign Office says French authorities have 'advised foreign school groups to avoid travelling to France for the time being'
Fears of a repeat attack are having a dramatic effect on travel patterns
Moscow says the cause of the Sinai desert crash was an improvised explosive device containing up to 1kg of TNT
Tens of thousands of passengers have journeys delayed after closure
Simon Calder gives the low-down on what the attacks mean for one of the most popular destinations in the world
The man who pays his way
Facebook checks on all airport employees should be mandatory, says one expert
At the end of an extraordinary week for British holidaymakers and the travel industry, thousands of travellers face confusion and uncertainty. Simon Calder, our travel correspondent, answers some of the emails and tweets that arrived on Saturday
After Friday’s chaotic scenes at Sharm el-Sheikh airport, in which only eight of the planned 29 UK evacuation flights were able to take off, nine are planned for today. On Friday congestion at the Egyptian airport and confusion about permission to fly led to most rescue flights being cancelled, diverted or kept on the ground overnight.
The cause of the disaster is unknown, but the assumption is that someone at the airport planted a bomb on the plane
Beer, bicycles and battlements are just three elements of this multi-dimensional Belgian city