All industrial action now over: Joyce

The mighty long weekend is almost over for thousands of Qantas passengers stranded at airports across the globe as the carrier’s chief executive declares that “all industrial action is now over”....

Qantas resumes operations

Qantas will resume some of its international and domestic flights after receiving CASA approval.

Hurricane Rina causes more cruise diversions

Hurricane Rina, the sixth hurricane of the season, is currently located approximately 180 miles south-southeast of Cozumel causing further disruptions to cruise itineraries in the Western Caribbean.

P&O Cruises awarded favourite large cruise line

P&O; Cruises continued its award winning streak as it was last night voted "Favourite large cruise line" in the Telegraph Travel Awards 2011. The award was voted for by 23,000 readers of the Daily and...

A theme park with universal appeal

The seemingly endless smiles and giggles emanating from the little traveller in our group quickly dispelled the myth that Universal Studios is not suitable for the under five.

Cupid’s arrow hits Delta

Love was in the air late last week when a young man used the public announcement system on board a Delta flight to propose to his girlfriend.

The FIG night out in L.A.

It is without hesitation that I pronounce a meal at Santa Monica’s FIG Restaurant to be the culinary highlight of our recent trip to Los Angeles.

PCMA Cultural Learning Lounge

As part of the PCMA innovative programme which followed on from IMEX, the Go Global theme continued with the introduction of Cultural Learning Lounges.

Costa Favalosa to the UAE

The newest flagship in Costa’s fleet will be the largest and most advanced cruise ship to operate in the region when she arrives in the UAE to sail her seven-night ‘Jewels of the Emirates’ itinerarie...