BA cabin crew defer naming strike dates

British Airways cabin crew said last week they would not announce a strike date yet as they hoped a fruitful deal would result from more negotiations with the carrier.

Aviation industry to stay in red in 2010

Airlines are expected to lose US$5.6 billion this year despite improved demand for international air traffic in January, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said today.

Go Travel South goes under

Late last week tour operator Go Travel South ceased trading, leaving around 2,000 travellers with travel bookings yet to commence or stranded halfway through a holiday.

Naughty snaps of BA cabin crew surface

Cheeky photos of British Airways flight attendants lifting up their skirts have surfaced on a porn website, just weeks before a proposed union strike over pay and working conditions.

Women to get own toilet on board ANA

All Nippon Airlines (ANA) has become the first Japanese airline to move away from unisex lavatories and introduce a women-only toilet on board long-haul international flights.

Costa Deliziosa officially inaugurated in Dubai

Wednesday saw Costa Cruises officially inaugurate the Costa Deliziosa into its fleet, with its naming in Dubai in front of its 2,000 maiden voyage passengers and another 1,000 guests.