Princess Cruises goes Zumba crazy

Princess Cruises is keeping its passengers in shape, announcing plans to roll out Zumba classes across the entire fleet before the end of the year.

Day Three: Skagway Spectacular

When choosing a Port Adventure, the best is to read each and every itinerary, see what you'd most like to do, pick your favourite activity and a back-up.

Business travelling up: survey

Despite a continued push by businesses to drive down costs, corporate travel is expected to rise in 2011, according to a study by travel management solution company GetThere.

Garuda meets low-cost demand

Indonesia’s flag carrier has committed itself to the purchase of up to 50 A320s as an initiative to keep up with growing demand in the low cost-market.

We’re just weeks away: EK to Denmark

Signalling its launch into Scandinavia, Emirates yesterday introduced the Danish travel industry to the full-service airline at a high profile event at the Royal Danish Playhouse.

Engineering strike looms for Qantas

Following two weeks of costly disruptions to services caused by the recent volcanic ash clouds, Qantas has received more bad news, with the carrier given notification by the Australian Licenced Aircr...

SAS places an order with Airbus for 30 aircraft

The SAS Group has placed an order for 30 Airbus A320neo with an option of an additional 11 Airbus A320neo with first delivery from the second half of 2016 and final delivery during 2019.

A380 rolls-out China Southern livery

The first of five China Southern A380s was seen sporting the carrier’s livery earlier this month after exiting an Airbus paint shop in Hamburg, Germany.

Jumeirah Restaurants announces opening of The Ivy

Jumeirah Restaurants has announced that the highly anticipated Ivy restaurant is set to open its doors in Dubai, taking forward the long-standing tradition of the international brasserie in London.