Boeing has confirmed that it met its delivery targets last year with 581 units of aircraft delivered to customers, representing a 28% increase from 2008 delivery figures, but looking ahead orders slu...
Japan Airlines has been thrown a new lifeline as the government moves to increase its line of credit, but reports out of Japan claim that the carrier will first have to move towards bankruptcy.
Major United States airlines have begun reporting their December traffic figures, marking the end of a year to forget for the aviation industry, with most carriers seeing a plunge in passengers.
A passenger onboard a Detroit-bound Delta Air Lines flight in Miami was arrested after shouting, "I'm Palestinian and I want (to) kill all Jews".
The British consumer watchdog has criticised Ryanair's credit card fees for consumers booking online saying they are acting "outside the spirit of the law" for not making the charges more obvious.
France has once again taken top honours in the 2010 Quality of Life Index for the fifth consecutive year, edging out Australia, Switzerland and Germany, while the United States saw one of its biggest...
Countries all around the world have seen a dramatic drop in Japanese travellers in 2009, as many opted to stay at home during turbulent times, but if early statistics are correct the Japanese are rea...
More headaches for Eurostar travellers returning back to work from holiday celebrations in the United Kingdom could take place as severe weather could see the same issues which afflicted the train co...
Pressure on airport security to avoid a repeat of the foiled Christmas Day attack is beginning to show, the Los Angeles airport police union calling on the U.S. government this week to implement mand...
Madrid was announced earlier this week as Emirates fourth destination to be launched this year.
A CAD11.65 million settlement has been awarded by a Canadian judge to 184 passengers who were on an Air France jet which overshot the runway at Toronto in 2005.
Emerging economies are forecast to come out winners at the end of 2010 compared to developed economies according to the latest ITB World Travel Trends Report.
A Californian airport was shut down on Tuesday after security staff mistakenly thought bottles of honey found in a passenger's bag contained explosive materials.
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa was recently honored with the 2010 AAA Four Diamond Award for the 15th consecutive year.
Etihad Airways took delivery of its first Airbus A330-300 on Monday, the first of five which are to be delivered during the next two years.
The world's tallest building was officially opened yesterday in Dubai with thousands of onlookers.
Authorities have stopped searching for a Royal Caribbean passenger who went missing at sea last week.
Loss-making Scandinavian airline SAS have sold 18 of its surplus MD-80 series aircraft to US-based Allegiant Air's parent company, the airline announced this week.
Japan Airlines (JAL) has slammed bankruptcy rumors, which have been circulating the industry since last week.
Travellers catching U.S. bound flights from more than a dozen countries now face increased security screenings following new rules issued by the Obama administration on Sunday.