Mid-April is the new planned dates for some 4,500 Lufthansa pilots to begin industrial action after talks with management in regards to wages fell apart.
Virgin Galactic this week has announced that it has successfully completed its first ever "Captive Carry" flight, with its SpaceShipTwo shuttle taking to the skies under the wings of its mother-ship ...
A Celebrity Cruise ship has returned to sea after the massive outbreak of a vomiting bug saw it undergo four full days of cleaning.
It seems that American Airlines and British Airways has more in common than seeking partnership on the trans-Atlantic, as the union which represents American Airlines cabin crew throws its support be...
Russia has confirmed that it will be able to offer more seats when it re-launches its space tourism program in two to three years.
Determined to keep the cost of fuel down, the cruising industry has objected to a proposal to create a low-emissions buffer zone around the United States and Canada.
The 'incredible' determination and resolve displayed by PATA Chapter members in India in the wake of the November 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai has been acknowledged with the 'Spirit of PATA' Award...
China is set to become the number one tourism destination in five years, if traveller number growth stays at the same rates, shooting upwards from its current number four position.
Both British Airways and Unite, the union representing its cabin crew, have this weekend claimed success over the first three-day strike, after last-minute talks which ran right up until Saturday fel...
Executives from South African Airways and SA Express have pleaded innocent over allegations of collusion and price-fixing ahead of the FIFA World Cup.
Travelport Limited has just announced a massive US$869 million loss for the calendar year of 2009, dramatically widening its US$176 million loss from a year earlier, as its operating loss edges towar...
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has ordered airlines to install new software on more than 800 Boeing 777 aircraft worldwide to prevent possible runway overruns during takeoff.
Two Emirates Airline cabin crew in Dubai were sentenced to three-month jail for exchanging sexy text messages.
Royal Caribbean International has announced its biggest ever European deployment for the 2011 cruise season, with a record 10 ships scheduled to sail in Baltic and Mediterranean waters.
Emirates Airlines has warned Airbus that it will not accept delays to their A350 aircraft deliveries, following a two year wait for the A380.
From May this year, with the implementation of the summer schedule, Delta Air Lines has announced it will reduce its services at its Cincinnati hub which will likely result in the shedding of up to 8...
Over 600 customer complaints have been lodged with the United States government alone, it has been revealed, further signs that the travelling public is not happy with the virtual pat-down system.
Virgin American passengers endured a 16-hour delay on their Los Angeles - JFK flight over the weekend.
Flybe has taken a swipe at British Airways saying that it will increase capacity during the periods its cabin crew has scheduled for industrial action and "assist" passengers who are "nervous".
Boeing Co. has started using chrome-free primer on its planes, furthering its commitment to reducing environmental impact.