Three dead as Rovos Rail derails on way to Pretoria

Three are dead and 29 injured after a Rovos Rail service derailed between Pretoria and Cape Town in South Africa yesterday, initial reports are citing failed brakes or a decoupling of carriages as th...

Hilton Worldwide unveils LightStay

Hilton Worldwide has unveiled LightStay, a proprietary system, which has been created to calculate and analyze environmental impact.

Cruise industry also impacted by volcanic eruptions

Through all the chaos and airline related delays during these last few days, another sector has also seen great disruptions has been the cruise industry, particularly for ships based in the UK and EU

Cebu Pacific commits to even more new planes

Buoyed by a recent turnaround in profits, Cebu Pacific has increased its order of Airbus A320 aircraft by seven, committing to a backlog of 22 brand new aircraft for its fleet.

Next stop Baghdad, Iraq for Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways Monday announced its intentions to fly scheduled commercial services into Baghdad, Iraq, becoming the first United Arab Emirate to fly into the destination.

Andorra to develop closer ties with UNWTO

Andorra and the United Nations World Tourism Organization are looking to closer ties, as the two announce a major global tourism forum to be hosted in the first quarter of 2011 in the country.

Aigle Azur welcomes its first A319

The French private airline Aigle Azur welcomed the delivery of its first directly purchased new Airbus A319 aircraft at a ceremony in Hamburg last week.