In the first quarter of 2010, Airbus delivered more commercial planes while Boeing delivered fewer compared to the same period a year ago.
For the first time in 60 years China and Taiwan will open tourist offices in each other's territory, officials said Sunday.
AirAsia said today AirAsia X would increase the number of flights between Malaysia and Australia from July 1, while Air Asia will ramp up flights to Bali from June.
Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has terminated its management contract for the Banyan Tree Al Areen resort in Bahrain with immediate effect.
European cruise line Costa Cruises will send Costa Romantica to Hong Kong later this month as part of its plan to increase passenger capacity in Asia.
Japan's Golden Week this year is expected to increase the number of outbound Japanese travellers by 4.31 percent year-on-year according to a survey by JTB Foundation.
Intercontinental Hotels have named the winner in their recent "Luckiest Loser" campaign, aimed at disgruntled Hilton Honours guests who had their points devalued recently.
Tiger Airways has embarked on a new initiative in a bid to improve the customer experience at its call centres in Asia, with plans to expand its current offerings.
British Airways and Iberia Thursday finally formalised their merger and are moving towards the final steps of integrating the two airlines together after some last kinks were ironed out.
Malaysia Airports Holdings have released its development plan for the next five years and announced that during this period it would concentrate on growing capacity as well as doubling its current re...
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide plans to grow its existing portfolio of 26 Indian hotels 60% by 2013.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) has introduced a new service which will assist clients to book conference tickets.
South Africa's consumer watchdog this week searched through the head offices of two airlines and seized documentation that it felt pertained to its investigation into price-fixing during the World Cu...
United States officials this week announced that it would abandon screening of passengers by nationality and would instead move to an intelligence-based and travel pattern-based screening process.
Debt-ridden Japan Airlines will reportedly scrap 29 international routes by the end of fiscal 2010, nearly double the number of routes the carrier had initially decided to cut.
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Thailand's Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva was forced to declare a state of emergency in Bangkok and its vicinity yesterday.
The observation deck of Dubai's Burj Khalifa has reopened after being closed for maintenance for almost two months.
Japan Airlines is reportedly looking into shedding 16,500 staff over the next three years, heavily culling its workforce by a third as it looks to restructure itself.
Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is now offering passengers in nine cities in Europe the option to book fares online.