IATA Disappointed with EU Court Decision on ETS

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expressed disappointment at today’s decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) which upheld European Union (EU) plans to include ...

Etihad, Sabre in billion dollar deal

Etihad Airways and Sabre Airline Solutions have signed a ten-year technology deal worth more than a billion US dollars, providing the airline access to integrated software across reservations, invent...

Qantas and its engineers reach agreement

Qantas and the Australian Licenced Aircraft Engineers Association (ALAEA) have finally achieved a proposed agreement for around 1,600 of the airlines engineers.

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          Top marketing tips for your business   Below are my top tips for effective marketing for your business. Who is your target market Successful marketing campaigns work because they know who t...

Jetstar adds 28,000 more seats for peak season

In response to the increase in Australians travelling overseas, Jetstar has announced its plans to add 28,000 extra seats to popular routes including Phuket, Bali, and Honolulu.

Iberia flights cancelled as pilots strike

Spanish airline Iberia was forced to ground one-third of its fleet on Sunday following the first of two days of planned industrial action by pilots fearing job cuts with the formation of the carrier’...

New hotel to make history in Presidio

San Francisco’s historic Presidio Park will welcome its first ever hotel next year with the opening of The Inn at the Presidio in April.

Cannon Shooting Off To Sarawak

After eleven years at the helm of the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) looking after the national interests of Australia’s many Convention Bureaux, Mike Cannon is moving on to Sara...