Chopin turns 200 and Poland celebrates

It's been 200 years since the auspicious birth of Frederic Chopin, and this year Poland is going all out in celebrating the event, from dedicated tours and other festivals travellers are being invite...

British Airways strike to become reality

British Airways is set to face a strike in the next few weeks as more than 80 percent of its cabin crew voted in favour of industrial action against the airline.

British Airways strike to become reality

British Airways is set to face a strike in the next few weeks as more than 80 percent of its cabin crew voted in favour of industrial action against the airline.

Germans the biggest spenders when travelling

It seems the Germans really love to travel, with a new report finding that they are the country which last year spent the most on travel products, forking out US$90 billion in total.

Gas leak at Hilton hospitalises 11

Hotel guests and staff were evacuated from a Hilton Garden Inn in Portsmouth, New Hampshire early last week after lethal levels of carbon monoxide were detected.

Governments look to offload SAS stakes

Denmark, Norway and Sweden are all considering the possibility of offloading their stakes in cash-strapped SAS, the Scandinavian multi-national airline.

Princess Cruises orders two new-build ships

Princess Cruises will be welcoming two new ships into its worldwide fleet as it announced a new contract with Italian ship-builder Fincantieri for the construction of two 3,600-passenger cruise ships