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Now the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, whose main economic driving force is Cancun, has decided to fall into line with the eastern US by creating Mexico’s fourth time zone

The Mexican state of Quintana Roo has just moved into a new timezone

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Place to pause: linger at Seiano station in Italy

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Class warrior: La Compagnie chief Frantz Yvelin

La Compagnie: Can business-class-only work?

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The repaired railway

Dawlish is back on track: The calm after the storm

One year ago the elements battered England, buckling the mainline railway that runs alongside this coastal Devon town

Fly the flag: there is no reason to cancel a trip to Greece

Greece: Why this is the summer to go

Last weekend's election triggered turmoil and uncertainty, but life – and tourism – goes on, says Simon Calder

Cash machine: delayed flights trigger big payouts

Thomas Cook: after a 27-hour delay, have a voucher

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If you have already booked your holiday, there is no obvious reason why you should cancel (Simon Calder)

Inside Travel: Greece 2015 Q&A - should we cancel our Greek holiday? Are our flights safe? And what will we be spending there?

The election in Greece has triggered more political and economic instability in the euro zone, and great uncertainty about the year ahead. Around two million British holidaymakers visit the country annually. Should they reconsider? Simon Calder answers travellers’ concerns.

Check your check-in: some long-haul BA flights are to move from Terminal 5 (above) to 3

Heathrow and Gatwick: Terminal confusion at London's airports

Double-check your departure before flying, says Simon Calder

Europe's biggest budget airline has been going through something of a makeover

Ryanair: A conversion along the road to Stansted

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What went wrong for Cyprus Airways and its passengers?

Simon Calder explains turbulence in the eastern Mediterranean

Whistle-stop tour: the Gatwick Express

The wrong kind of train, or the wrong approach?

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Gas bill: some airlines are paying over the odds

Petrol's getting cheaper so why aren't air fares?

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Which currency for Argentina?

Travel Q&A

Deco delight: classic hotels line Miami's Ocean Drive

Miami Beach travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours

The spiritual home of Art Deco is set to be even more exuberant than usual this month, says Simon Calder

Park and ride: the station was overwhelmed

Festive travel: For doom and gloom, change at Finsbury Park

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