Air Astana Reports H1 2011 Results

Kazakhstan’s principal airline, Air Astana, has posted profit before tax of $36.9 million for the first half of 2011, an increase of 10.4% over 2010.

Tiger issued terms, expects to fly again soon

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has just issued Tiger Airways Australia with a set of formal conditions that must be met before it can resume its domestic operations.

Relax it’s Summer

This Summer, escape to sunny Bangkok. Treat yourself to a relaxing stay at The Westin Grande Sukhumvit and enjoy a fabulous 30% discount off best available rates.

United Guam, Okinawa flights help Oz tourism

United Airlines is aiming to increase the flow of travellers between Micronesia, Japan and Australia after releasing plans to launch direct flights between Guam and Okinawa later this year.

Hawaiian Airlines offers daily flights

Hawaiian Airlines will be increasing its service from five flights a week to daily year-round nonstop flights between Sydney and Honolulu, effective December 14.

CIBTM 2011 anticipating record event

A year-on-year increase of 25 per cent in hosted buyers coupled with a 21 per cent growth in event space over 2010, has ensured this year's China Incentive Business Travel and Meetings Exhibition (CI...

Pan Pacific spoils agents

Accommodation prizes and property updates wooed agents and consultants at the Pan Pacific Hotels Group first ever exposition in Sydney yesterday.

Jetstar says no to staff exploitation

Jetstar has gone on the defensive, rejecting employee claims that the low-cost carrier is exploiting its staff and forcing them to work long hours.

Crystal, Seabourn, Tauck top World’s Best Awards

Travel + Leisure magazine has released the results of the ‘2011 World’s Best Awards’ as voted by their readers, with Crystal Cruises, Yachts of Seabourn and Tauck taking away the top spots in their t...

Gulf Air customers speak from the heart

Gulf Air has recently launched a major new local advertising campaign ‘Straight from the Heart’ intended to win the hearts and minds of its passengers in Bahrain.

Royal wedding to draw a crowd

Monaco's largest company Société des Bais de Mer (SBM) is anticipating an upsurge in tourism to the country in the wake of this month's Royal wedding.