British Airways has reported a sharp decline in premium traffic over April as demand from the corporate travel market continues to drop.
7 May 2009 -- As of 18:00 GMT, 7 May 2009, 24 countries have officially reported 2371 cases of influenza A (H1N1) infection.
This week I thought I would look at various countries (with a couple of U.S. states thrown in) with similar physical sizes and compare the levels of air service. Of course, there are numerous factors which determine appropriate levels of air service, including but not limited to population, average income levels, propensity to travel and alternate terms of transportation (or lack thereof).
Two consumer advocacy groups have asked US Congress to commission a study on the use of wireless communications devices on commercial flights in the country before the in-flight use of mobile phones for voice calls and other wireless telephony is outlawed
Officials of the United States and the Netherlands formally launched a new initiative to open membership in their expedited air travel programs to citizens of both countries in an effort to streamline entry processes for pre-screened fliers.
The CEO of Internet travel site Travelocity said Wednesday that misguided criticism of business travel has led to a lot of confusion about what's acceptable.
14 May 2009, 33 countries have officially reported 6497 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection.
Passengers "almost have to strip"
United Airlines today will begin charging $5 morefor bags checked-in at the airport instead of online. That raises the fee to $20 for a first bag checked at the airport and $30 for a second.
Virgin Atlantic founder Sir Richard Branson has made a last-ditch warning over the implications of British Airways and American Airlines combining their transatlantic operations.