While not dramatically improving, the report of 4 million foreign travellers to the United States is still a 1% increase on the same month in 2008 and becomes the first non-Easter increase since 2008
United Airlines has raised its check-on baggage fees to match fee hikes by rivals Delta Air Lines (DAL) and Continental Airlines (CAL).
Algeria and Syria are two of the countries found on the recent watchlist compiled by the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and have expressed their displeasure about being s...
Cecil Field Airport in Jacksonville, Florida has been awarded a federal license to fly commercial space vehicles.
British Airways cabin crew are literally pouring money down the drain in a passive protest against their changed working conditions.
Virgin Atlantic has this week confirmed that it will firm up orders for six new A330-300 aircraft with Airbus, and sign a contract to lease four more, but this appears to be at a cost to their carrie...
Self nomination has now opened for the World Travel Awards 2010, with leading organisations invited to enter themselves in the most prestigious awards in the travel and tourism industry.
The United States Travel Association is predicting a small recovery for the travel and tourism sector in 2010, with a 2% increase in leisure travel as well as 3% increase in international inbound tra...
Hawaiian Airlines has boasted that in 2009 it managed to grow its passenger numbers, achieving a record 8.3 million passengers for the full calendar year a 6.2% increase on 2008 figures.
Istanbul's Ataturk Airport resembled a scene from Alfred Hitchcock's famous thriller "The Birds" when it was 'invaded' by a flock of seagulls earlier this week.
The Canadian government has announced that it will investigate the environmental and health effects of producing ethanol as well as biodiesels as reports come in of overseas production facilities hav...
Top executives from three of the four founding airline members of Oneworld have converged upon Tokyo this week in a determined bid to retain Japan Airlines within its airline alliance.
Airbus Tuesday reported that it had received 271 new orders for aircraft in2009, and while significantly down from the 777 orders in 2008 manages to nearly double the figure that Boeing received.
Thousands of lives are expected to be lost after the Caribbean nation of Haiti experienced a 7.0 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday afternoon, and while the search for survivors continues many tourists ...
Additional screening at airports around the world have been criticised by airlines as a government "knee-jerk reaction" that won't necessarily be effective in preventing future terrorist attacks.
The NSW Government and Qantas are promoting Sydney and NSW in the USA with a major $1 million joint marketing campaign this year.
Virgin America will retain its status as a carrier controlled by U.S citizens following a ruling by the Department of Transportation.
Singapore Airlines again emerged on top in 2009 as favourite airline among business and leisure travellers in numerous international rankings, highlighting its continued focus on product innovation a...
A 'hopeless romantic' sparked a massive security scare last Sunday when he ducked past security to kiss his girlfriend goodbye at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport will be investing in 60 new body scanners authorities announced after the airport after the would-be Christmas Day terrorist was allowed to board a flight to Detroit.