Leading vertically integrated cruise company, Ecruising, is benefiting from faster and easier payment processing after adopting Moneydirect as its first ever preferred payment solution.
Jetset Travelworld has recently released encouraging results for the financial year to 30 June 2010, given the bottom-line impact of its proposed merger with Stella Travel Services.
Online travel agency Expedia reported an increase in its second quarter revenue, driven by growth in travel bookings and robust advertising.
The Cathay Pacific Group has more money in its coffers thanks to a massive business turnaround in the year to June and will invest this profit into growing future operations.
Their self-described 'annus horribilis' over, Air France-KLM has returned to profit, recording a 10.7 per cent jump in overall revenue.
Tourism Holdings Limited (thl) announced that its expects a NZD940,000 drop in its annual net profits as a result of the New Zealand Government's decision to change tax policy.
Austrian Airlines achieved a result from operating activities of minus 67 million euros in the first half-year of 2010.
Schiphol Group signed a EUR 350 million loan agreement with the European Investment Bank to finance the continued upgrading and expansion of the baggage handling system at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol,...
Key indicators show strong positive growth in 2009-2010
CVFR Travel Group, Australia's leading air ticket consolidator for the Indian sub-continent, has appointed Moneydirect as its first ever preferred payment solution.
Swiss International Air Lines (Group) achieved an operating profit of CHF 61 million (prior-year period: CHF 65 million) for the first six months of 2010.
United Airlines' parent company, UAL Corporation, announced its 2010 second quarter results, recording a USD430 million net profit excluding charges, the largest since 1999.
A KRW74.3 billion net loss on foreign currency exchange has been blamed for Asiana Airlines' pre-tax profit drop of 75.5 per cent in its second quarter compared to the same period last year.
The Group earned a net profit of $253 million in April - June 2010. This was a turnaround of $560 million from the loss of $307 million recorded in the same quarter a year ago.
Recovery gathers momentum
Webjet have announced an almost 30 percent year-on-year increase in their total turnover values for this financial year.
International visitors spend USD millions during World Cup
Spending up 65 percent over 2009 levels with 51,000 transactions on average a day in the first half of the tournament
Innovative retail travel group World Travellers today named Moneydirect as its preferred multi-channel payment processing solution.
Cathay Pacific CEO Tony Tyler is cautiously optimistic about the future, with strong financial results expected for the first half of 2010.