Europe needs stronger foundations: IATA

International Air Transport Association (IATA) director general Tony Tyler has urged European regulators and policymakers to strengthen aviation foundations, to build the region's industry.

Hotel Principe di Savoia Milano

Excelling in traditional hospitality, the Hotel Principe di Savoia Milano’s has hosted captains of industry, counts of nobility and cultural icons.

Air Canada reports record June load factor

For the month of June, Air Canada reported a record system load factor of 85.6 per cent, versus 84.2 per cent in June 2011, an increase of 1.4 percentage points.

Travelers urged to study foreign languages

Preparing for an overseas vacation involves more than just packing a bag and thumbing through a phrase book, says New York University’s Dr Milena Savova, who encourages would-be travelers to undertak...

Alaska with HAL’s Zaandam: Day 2

The day dawned bright and extremely early – there’s about 22 hours of daylight here on the summer solstice and we’re only a couple of days away from that.

ANA to launch two new international routes

By expanding its route network in the growing Asian market, ANA aims to capitalize on the projected increase in demand for indirect flights between Asia and North America via Japan.

Alaska with HAL’s Zaandam: Day 3, Gulf of Alaska

Today passed by in a pleasant relaxed haze after a tour of the Rotterdam Dining Room’s galley in the morning (I love seeing those acres of gleaming stainless-steel and industrial-sized pots and pans)...

Hilton to open Egyptian hotels

Hilton Worldwide will open two new properties, the Hilton Giza Pyramids and the Hilton Alexandria King’s Ranch Resort in Cairo and Alexandria respectively.

Carnival Breeze Day 3: Pisa and Pasta

Something that never fails to amaze me when cruising in Europe is how you can go to sleep one night in one country and be in another country when you wake.