UK transport minister John Hayes has intervened to support Norwegian in a battle against US aviation authorities to expand low-fare transatlantic flights.
The challenge for our industry is to anticipate what lies ahead, says Noel Josephides chairman, Abta, and chairman, Sunvil
Aviation industry bodies have welcomed a new deal aimed at cutting global airline emissions although environmentalists argue not enough is being done.
Gatwick has hit back at research suggesting that rival Heathrow would not breach emissions limits if it won the right to expand.
Gatwick will go ahead with preparations to expand even if rival Heathrow gets the nod from government for a third runway, it is reported.
Monarch is understood to be close to agreeing a revised aircraft order with Boeing that could help to secure the company’s future.
The level of demand for global flights fell back in August although cheap fares are sustaining passenger growth.
The boss of Advantage Travel Partnership is calling on consortia and industry bodies to back calls for a new watch list to prevent agent members committing fraud.
The government’s claim that taking children out of school for the occasional family holiday damages their schoolwork has been challenged.
Abta has recruited a new public affairs director from childrens’ charity, the NSPCC.
Industry chiefs assess the environment for M&A. Juliet Dennis reports from a Travel Weekly business breakfast
Monarch today revealed that a “significant investment” was to be made within days.
The government declared its determination to “champion” the sharing economy yesterday at the launch of the world's first kite mark for the sector.
A last ditch effort is being made by easyJet to avert a strike by pilots in a row over cockpit fatigue.
A father is to be prosecuted for refusing to pay a £120 penalty for taking his seven-year-old daughter out of school to go on holiday to Turkey.
Many customers left out of pocket following the collapse of Lowcost Travel Group have been able to claim refunds from credit or debit card issuers, an administrators’ report has confirmed.