Cheeky photos of British Airways flight attendants lifting up their skirts have surfaced on a porn website, just weeks before a proposed union strike over pay and working conditions.
Hawaii has returned to normal today after warnings of a tsunami, which forced the entire island to evacuate on Saturday, never materialised.
A fatal accident that occurred last week has prompted Princess Cruises to suspend a popular shore excursion in the British Virgin Islands.
All Nippon Airlines (ANA) has become the first Japanese airline to move away from unisex lavatories and introduce a women-only toilet on board long-haul international flights.
From Wednesday tens of thousands of Greeks have been on strike, in a joint effort by both public and private unions, it's understood that half of Greece's workforce is represented.
Norwegian Cruise Lines has turned around its US$212 million loss a year ago, managing to record a US$67 million profit for the calendar year of 2009.
A SeaWorld Orlando trainer died on Wednesday after being "thrashed" by one of the park's 12,300-pound killer whales.
What happens to the semi-used soap and shampoos that are left behind in hotel rooms? Well under a new initiative from Walt Disney World resorts, these will be donated to those in need.
Wednesday saw Costa Cruises officially inaugurate the Costa Deliziosa into its fleet, with its naming in Dubai in front of its 2,000 maiden voyage passengers and another 1,000 guests.
South Africa will be investigating claims that hotels have been artificially inflating prices during the World Cup, as allegations of price-fixing begin to pile up.
Gulf Air has announced intentions to launch a brand new premium class product which will incorporate aspects of both its current Business and First Class product offerings.
JetBlue Airways' reputation is set to tarnish after a U.S. appeals court reinstated this week a lawsuit accusing the airline of age and gender bias
Oneworld hopes to welcome Kingfisher Airlines into the fold within two years, after the Indian airline Tuesday applied for approval by the Indian government.
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.
Moneydirect have signed a deal with US-based wholesaler GOGO Worldwide Vacations to process its travel agency commissions, the company announced today.
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.
American airports announced it will be expanding the usage of random checks for explosive materials as it further cracks down on security screening procedures.
Despite a few major accidents in 2009, the year just passed has been one of the best in terms of safety performance, recording the second lowest accident rate in aviation history.
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.
Denmark, Norway and Sweden are all considering the possibility of offloading their stakes in cash-strapped SAS, the Scandinavian multi-national airline.