Boeing still cautious despite IATA forecast

Boeing Co. has not shown the same optimism as IATA this week, the aircraft manufacturer saying on Monday that it can't see a rebound in wide-body aircraft demand until 2012.

Travellers to US spend more in March

International visitors to the US spent an estimated $10.8 billion in March, marking the second consecutive month of growth and the largest monthly increase since August 2008.

Hotel industry turnaround predicted

The hotel industry has reason to be "wildly optimistic" about the outlook for business travel demand for the rest of 2010, according to a leading hotel CEO.

Strikes continue for British Airways

British Airways cabin crew are set to remain on strike until Wednesday as the carrier holds strong on its decision to cut travel perks from striking staff.

EasyJet to put an end to volcanic ash disruptions

EasyJet has joined forces with Airbus and Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NAIR) to trial groundbreaking technology that has been designed to help carriers avoid volcanic ash-type disruptions.

SAS tightens up share offering in reverse split

Shares in Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) dropped after the carrier set a date to make its reverse-split in shares, set to dramatically reduce the amount of shares floating on the free market.

Gulf oil spill: Is Florida next?

The Gulf of Mexico oil slick is beginning to close in on Florida causing US officials to shut down fishing in the region's waters.

Alitalia resumes LAX-Rome services

Italian government officials will conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday (June 5) to celebrate the resumption of air service between LAX and Rome at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).