UK airports dodge strikes

Strike action which would have thrown six British airports, including Heathrow Airport, into chaos on a key holiday weekend was shelved after airport operator BAA Limited offered a new deal to worker...

No offence for Britons at 2010 Olympics

In preparation for the 2012 Olympic Games to be held in London, British Tourist Authority, VisitBritain have prepared a list of etiquettes outlining cultural differences to prevent British people off...

Thai Airways committed to A330-300

Thai Airways are expanding their aircraft fleet after finalising a purchase agreement with Airbus this week for seven A330-300 airliners.

IATA discourages strikes in Spanish civil war

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged AENA, the Spanish air navigation service provider, and the Spanish air traffic controllers to avoid strike action at all costs.

Greater China drives IHG’s half year results

The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has released its financial results for the half year to 30 June 2010, with solid performance due to their leadership position in Greater China.

Sarawak makes its name in Hollywood

Sarawak Convention Bureau's "Meet in Sarawak Short Film II: Recharge in a New World - Changing Perspectives" has won a Silver award in this year's U.S. International Film and Video Festival in Los An...

Japan voted world’s third safest

The Land of the Rising Sun has been ranked the third most peaceful country in the world, according to the recently released 2010 Global Peace Index (GPI) compiled by the Institute for Economics and P...

No premium on Etihad short-hauls

Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways is introducing a number of all-economy-class aircraft into its short-haul fleet, in a first for the airline.

Bringing Adelaide closer to Vietnam

Adelaide Airport Ltd Managing Director, Phil Baker announced last week travel agency Bunnik Tours and Vietnam Airlines will host the first ever non stop flights between Adelaide and Saigon in Novembe...