A recent Skyscanner survey has revealed the things that irk travellers most and 27% of respondents find dishonest announcements about delayed flights the most annoying.
New Zealand is joining the fight to create more stringent rules for tourist ships visiting Antarctica, officials saying such rules are needed to prevent a disaster.
In a bid to prevent the 12-day Christmas strike by unionised cabin crew, British Airways has sought a legal injunction due to what it perceives as "balloting flaws" which would render the vote for th...
On December 15, 2009 Federal Tourism Martin Ferguson released the Long term strategy for Australian tourism.
Flight Centre has reaffirmed itself as the most popular travel agent in Australia for another year, this time welcoming 1.77 million holiday-seekers into their stores.
More than 6000 Virgin Blue passengers at Melbourne Airport have started to make their way home after a damaged Telstra cable caused delays yesterday.
Awarded Best Flight Attendants in the World and Best In-flight Service in the World for forth consecutive year by Business Traveler Magazine
Boeing has successfully launched its much-delayed Boeing 787 Dreamliner today, amidst much fanfare and a crowd of 16,000, days after it completed its high speed runway test.
Strategic Airlines is set to launch its first Airbus A320 aircraft into the West Australian market.
Members of Qantas' frequent flyer scheme will no longer be able to hoard their loyalty points for three years, the carrier downsizing the expiry of points to 18 months this week.
The federal government have released the long awaited aviation white paper today in Canberra outlining the needs of Australia's aviation industry for the next decade.
Virgin Blue Group has finally named Liz Savage as the candidate to replace Stefan Pichler who left earlier in the year to take up the top job as Jazeera Airways.
The Asia-Pacific is this year expected to welcome 360 million travellers for the full year of 2009, a drop of 5% when compared to last year's figures, forecasts an industry body.
An investigation has begun into how the entire manual of security measures at United States airports was accidentally posted online on a federal procurement website.
A woman claims to have injured her knee while attempting to climb over an armrest to the middle seat of a Northwest Airlines has decided to sue the carrier, reports from the United States claim.
Tourism Fiji said clean up operations had now begun across the Fiji Islands, following the departure of Cyclone Mick.
Online travel booking site Wotif has entered into an agreement to acquire booking site GoDo.
As wireless during flight is now becoming a reality instead of pure concept, there is now a push for in-flight etiquette, and a big no-no appears to be loud talking.
Soccer fans purchasing tickets through Match will now be able to access some 89,000 sectors flying with South African Airways under a new deal struck between the two companies.
Saturday night saw Carnival Australia launch a magnificent vessel, the latest addition to the P&O brand the Pacific Jewel, at a star studded celebration in Sydney Harbour.