In my last entry I wrote about air service in Mongolia a vast, landlocked country with limited air service. Following the same theme, I'm turning this week to air service Paraguay and Bolivia.
Ryanair saw its half-year profits slump by 47% to 215 million as a result of soaring fuel costs.
Singapore Airlines is introducing a charge for certain economy class seats.
Budget airline Ryanair plans to offer trans-Atlantic flights as cheap as 10 euros ($12.70).
American Express has announced plans to cut 7,000 jobs, or 10% of its global workforce, to cope with the economic crisis.
Ryanair has announced a 19 percent increase in passenger numbers over the last six months, but profits have nearly halved over the same period
Air Sylhet has won the rights to fly from the UK to Jeddah, via Vienna.
The US travel industry has called on President-elect Barack Obama to work together to help America win hearts and minds around the world.
BAA has agreed to contribute £230 million to the Crossrail project, which will provide direct services from Heathrow Airport through central London, the City and Canary Wharf and out to Shenfield and Abbey Wood.
Concerns over aviation?s affect on the environment is doing little to discourage people from flying, a new study shows.