The budget airline Ryanair is to make a fresh takeover offer for the Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus.
Flights have started to resume from Bangkok airports today after anti-government protesters agreed to end their occupation.
British Airways has issued a statement in response to recent media speculation about a merger with Qantas.
Last week's focus was on air service in capital cities of U.S. states. This week we'll turn to a review of air service in capitals across the continent of Africa.
The OAG Travel Solutions Web Site (http://www.oag.com), has won the 2008 WebAward in the B2B Standard of Excellence for Outstanding Achievement in Website Development category.
A conversation with CEO Tony Fernandes by Roger Collis. Will the successful no-frills, or budget airline, model work for long-haul, trans-continental flights?
Ryanair formally launched a 748 million bid for rival Aer Lingus yesterday.
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic will drop fuel surcharges from tomorrow (December 18).
Qantas Airways and British Airways have called off their merger talks.