Airlines will fly in united skies and be raking in the profits in 40 years time, the International Air Transport Association forecast on Friday.
Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, has become the first astronaut to be awarded the Global Aviation Leadership Award (GALA).
Raising the Standard
The first widely available U.S. hotel stock index in the industry has been launched by Robert W. Baird & Co. (Baird) and Smith Travel Research (STR).
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.
Airport's initiatives support competitiveness and opportunities for air carriers
- Canada's leading cruise retailer, Cruise Connections Canada, is named as top Canadian agency by international organization, Ensemble Travel Group
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.
There is cautious optimism ahead for the aviation industry as the International Air Transport Association forecast yesterday a return to profit for airlines.
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.
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 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.
Luxury air travel could be a thing of the past as airlines struggle to woo budget-conscious passengers away from economy in the wake of the global financial crisis.
The US Department of Transportation is continuing to help out air travellers, proposing last week new rights for passengers on carriers flying into the United States.
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.
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.
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).
A man listed on the United States "No Fly" list who was allowed onto an Aeromexico flight caused a plane destined for Mexico City, to be diverted to Montreal in Canada.
The in-house British Airways magazine, LHR News, has accidently featured Osama bin Laden in an article, which labels the world's most wanted terrorist as a 'frequent flyer'.
Travellers entering the United States from a country participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) will no longer have to fill out the I-94 form, under the simplifying of the entrance scheme.