The Sunday Times Travel section going compact

The Sunday Times Travel section is going compact, joining existing tabloid sections Home, Driving and The Funday Times.

The Sunday Times Travel section is going compact, joining existing tabloid sections Home, Driving and The Funday Times. The new-look supplement, to be published on September 11, will have more pages and will be printed in 75 per cent rather than 50 per cent colour.

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