Association chief Mark Tanzer says timescale ‘very tight’ for firms to comply
Demonstrate old-fashioned virtues and you’ll earn consumers’ trust, says Giles Hawke, chief executive of Cosmos and Avalon Waterways, and chairman of Atas
Government to review £13 short-haul domestic flight levy
Increase in traffic ‘entirely due’ to improved utilisation of its network
Firm ‘on track’ to increase full year revenues by 18%
Carrier says it is wrong that it was criticised for not joining a scheme that is entirely voluntary.
The industry’s champion of UK holidays and all‑round funnyman exits the stage this month to enter the world of retirement. He speaks to Juliet Dennis
The agent who helped a dying mum raise money for her two young sons after hearing her tragic story has praised her colleagues for their help
Outstanding Contribution Award winner: The tables are turned as the Globes honours ever-popular snapper for his 30 years of pin-sharp focus on the industry. Ben Ireland reports
Budget carrier aims to expand across France having met with group of regional airports in Paris.
Life is full of incredible highs and lows, and never was that more true than during this past week.
Consumers don’t need to pay more or suffer a compromised experience, says Edward Chandler, chief commercial and partnerships officer, eNett International
Passenger numbers up 25% compared to previous year
List compiled by flight compensation firm EUclaim
Clothes designer argued he could not afford excess baggage fee
Mike Bevens assumes day-to-day running of Bristol-based business as managing director