Qantas said it remained cautious today after reporting a $58 million profit after tax in the first financial half of the year, a fraction of the $210 million achieved a year earlier and has opted not...
A 22-year-old German skier was hospitalized with hypothermia after being trapped for six hours in a chair lift that had been closed down for the night.
InterContinental Hotels Group this week reported a pre-tax loss of $64 million due to exceptional costs, without which, the hospitality giant says it would have earned $316 million in profits for the...
Taiwan's local tourism industry has received a welcome boost over the Lunar New Year with record visitor arrivals from mainland China.
Asian Airports have taken out the top 5 spots in Global Airport body ACI's annual Airport Service Quality survey for passenger service.
Global aviation capacity growth is gathering speed, this month recording a 5% increase on capacity growth when compared to February 2009, and it appears the Low Cost Carriers sector is leading the wa...
The burgeoning Chinese ski market is expected to hit 20 million skiers in the next few years, with considerable growth to be expected considering the market was only five million five years ago.
A former Boeing Co. employee has been sentenced to seven years in prison and ordered to pay $231,000 in restitution for bomb threats he made against Boeing, Shell Oil and Chevron Oil.
American Airlines (AA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) said last week they had sought antitrust immunity from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) in hopes of being able to work more closely together
British Airways has announced plans to turn household waste products into a biofuel for its planes from 2014 onwards, though initial media reports have questioned whether this has been approved by lo...
Brussels had one of its worst rail accidents on Monday as two local passenger trains collided head-on near the suburb of Halle, killing at least 18 people.
The world's first and largest chocolate wonderland has opened in Beijing, China, turning the country's Olympic stage into a fanfare of chocolate delight.
British Airways has suspended 15 cabin crew after airline staff posted comments online, which were considered 'intimidating.'
Tourism Whistler is using the 2010 Winter Games as a global platform to promote travel to the region, the tourism body said last week.
9.7 million travellers visited Singapore in 2009, and while slightly higher than the national forecast due to a strong surge in the last quarter, was still 4.3% down on 2008 figures.
Judges at the Cellars in the Sky Awards have raised their glasses to the oneworld alliance and many of its member airlines.
A number of the world's most prestigious travel newsletters and magazines including Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report
The trial of Amir Abdillah, an Islamic militant accused of participating in last year's Jakarta twin hotel bombings, began Wednesday.
More than 655 billion yen (US$7.31 billion) in bridge loans may be given to Japan Airlines, local Japanese media reported earlier this week.
Airports in Vietnam have continued to undergo improvement as the government aims to attract more international travellers.