ANZ and Air New Zealand have partnered to bring customers a new option in earning Airpoints - the new ANZ Airpoints Visa.
Business travellers will soon be able to get their healthy fix from Asiana Airlines as the airline announces the introduction of 'Mulberry Leave Noodles' on its flights.
The Cook Islands government late last week announced that it had given Air New Zealand the rights to operate a direct Sydney-Rarotonga-Sydney service from July next year.
EasyJet's departing boss, Andy Harrison has been named as a contender to replace Brett Godfrey as Virgin Blue's chief executive.
Jet Airways together with JetLite has retained its market leadership with a market share of 27% for November 2009.
South African Airways (SAA) has introduced a passenger weighing survey in an attempt to reduce the chance of overloading its aircraft.
An Emirates Airbus A330 en-route to South Africa suddenly experienced a mid-incident injuring 20 passengers on board when the aircraft suddenly went into a plunge.
A technical issue with a Tiger Airways Airbus A320 saw Sunday services from Melbourne disrupted for the Sunshine Coast, Hobart and Perth delaying passengers for hours.
Virgin Galactic has this week added 18 more agents, again from the Virtuoso chain in the United States, into its network of travel agents around capable of selling its space travel product.
Signalling a return to better times, Singapore Airlines has today announced the largest increase in capacity for some time, with new capacity to Manchester, Houston and Munich all expected in the nex...
Australia's aviation industry has responded well to the recently released white paper, Qantas and Virgin Blue applauding the Federal Government yesterday.
Strategic Airlines has been officially granted Ozjet's rights to access Bali by the Australian government, and could look to launch services as early as March next year.
The High Court in London has granted an injunction, which prevents British Airways (BA) staff from embarking on their scrooge-like plan to strike for 12-days over Christmas.
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AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes has agreed to Sir Richard Branson's challenge -- that the loser in the Formula 1 stakes has to dress up as an airline stewardess on the winner's airline.
Scottish Flyglobespan Thursday cancelled all flights and grounded all aircraft, and stranding 4,000 passengers, after administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers was brought in to put the company into admi...
Qantas may be facings its very own Christmas strike over the festive period with engineers in Sydney, Brisbane and Avalon promising to each walk off the job for five days across December and January.
Emirates dispelled rumours of its financial concerns this week as it announced it had raised US$1.13 billion to finance the delivery of six new Airbus A380 aircraft.
Qantas has dropped a contract with Sunnyfield Enterprises, a fulfilment company who employs people with disabilities, who have worked with the airline for 15 years in order to hire NSW Correctional S...