Airlines stand united against APD

In such a competitive industry, airline bosses of four major UK-based carriers have united and warned the government that the Air Passenger Duty (APD) will impact on employment and the economy as the...

Ryanair and CEO voted villians

In an unpopular turn of events for Ryanair, the low-cost carrier has received the most consumer votes for the number one airline they would most like to erase from the listing, according to a recent...

Airlines stand united against APD

In such a competitive industry, airline bosses of four major UK-based carriers have united and warned the government that the Air Passenger Duty (APD) will impact on employment and the economy as the...

Italian hotels favourable

Hotels in Italy have shown a generally favourable view in October 2011, compared to last year according to data compiled by STR Global, the leading provider of market data to the world's hotel indust...

Italian hotels favourable

Hotels in Italy have shown a generally favourable view in October 2011, compared to last year according to data compiled by STR Global, the leading provider of market data to the world’s hotel indust...

Security step up for London 2012 Olympics

With the 2012 London Olympic Games fast approaching, airport security is on the agenda as an estimated 80 per cent of all Games passengers, including athletes, officials, sponsors, media and spectato...

Iberia flights cancelled as pilots strike

Spanish airline Iberia was forced to ground one-third of its fleet on Sunday following the first of two days of planned industrial action by pilots fearing job cuts with the formation of the carrier’...

WiFi in the sky with SAS

One of the first airlines to offer wireless internet onboard back in 2004, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is once again stepping up its customer experience, allowing passengers to connect with SASWiFi t...

UU do a U-turn

Air Austral announced today it will withdraw flights operating Reunion – Sydney – Noumea and Reunion – Bangkok as of March next year and focus on flights between Reunion Island and France.

Seat selection based on Facebook profiles

KLM will launch an internet service known as "meet and seat" which gives travellers the opportunity to select who they sit next to by access to Facebook and LinkedIn profiles.

Aussies spend holiday season overseas

More and More Australian families are replacing their annual trip to the coast with international destinations like Hawaii, New York, Los Angeles and London.