Strikes and the Calais crisis also hit Kent, as visitors chose to go further north
Two Burmese barmen were found guilty of murdering the British students, while in the French case, five Cambodian fishermen are under arrest
A three-continent route will explore the riches of the eighth-century migrant Umayyad empire
Their tour guide has been arrested by police and detained for questioning
With one-third of summer 2016 holidays now sold, the UK operation has also put in a strong performance, with bookings up 9% on the previous year
The travel giant still expects to increase earnings by 10% in 2016, despite increased security threats around the world.
Vote to leave the EU, says one bank, and Britons will have to dig deep for foreign holidays as the pound plummets
'Amazing! Probably one of the lowest St Maarten landings I've ever seen'
Representatives of City Hall and the Central Park horse-drawn carriage industry are still working out a deal
Incident comes 15 months after Britons Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were killed on the same island
Simon Calder assesses the latest developments
The three injured tourists were not seriously wounded and were said to be in a stable condition
'These development plans will irreversibly destroy this crucial ecosystem,' says marine biologist
The publicity stunt backfired after people tweeted some harsh truths about Egypt
Unless you go with the intention of spying or handing out bibles, you will be totally fine
It was made by human error, became a celebrity tourist spot, but is now draining away – leaving the atmosphere under threat from its toxic lakebed