Mediterranean focus: from Alicante to Tivat
Prized collection of historical pianos transported from Perth to London
Airline maintains its technological leadership with latest initiative.
British Airways has today announced it will fly from Heathrow to global business hub, Dammam from December 1, 2019
In compliance with the safety notice, Air Canada has grounded its 24 737 MAX aircraft
Conversion to CO2-neutral vehicles on the ground by 2030
As Cebu Pacific makes each flight experience a celebration in itself, CEB has come up with a new selection of inflight meals guaranteed to make every Juan’s experience onboard even more gastronomic
The initial phase of the partnership will see COMO Shambhala’s cuisine introduced on selected Singapore Airlines flights
Vietnam Airlines has added a series of 67 airport maps including 9 domestic and 58 global maps to help passengers breeze through the gates, lounges and shops, as it continues investing in technology
British Airways is teaming up with leading British children’s brand, My 1st Years
British Airways introduces contactless donation stations at Heathrow and Gatwick
Cathay Pacific Services Limited recognised for perishables handling; world’s first to receive IATA CEIV Fresh certification
As millions of people across the country don a Red Nose for Comic Relief, British Airways has unveiled an aircraft that will be wearing a Red Nose of its own for the cause
After much speculation, British Airways has today revealed the fourth and final design in its series of heritage liveries to mark the airline’s centenary – a Boeing 747 painted in the Negus design
In February 2019, the Lufthansa Group airlines welcomed around 9 million passengers
Korean Air will not operate B737 MAX 8 until the aircraft’s safety is perfectly secured
Oman Air has partnered with Al Bustan Palace, in Muscat to offer an exclusive benefit to its First and Business class passengers.
Former fireman Steve Hill, aged 60 has landed his dream job as cabin crew with British Airways.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) is interested in replenishing its fleet with modern types of aircraft. Currently, there are no Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in the UIA fleet
In today’s meeting, based on the recommendation of the Executive Board, the Supervisory Board approved the purchase of a total of 40 state-of-the-art aircraft for the group’s airlines