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British Airways Sees Cabin Crew Reject Offer

Just recently British Airways has heard that its cabin crew have overwhelmingly rejected its latest offer to end the long... read more

Labour Party Wants Gordon Brown to Step Down

Now, following the General Election 2010, the Labour party is pressuring Gordon Brown to quite as leader. Mr Brown has,... read more

British Airways Traffic Falls 22 Percent Due to Volcanic Ash

British Airways just recently said that their passenger traffic has recently fell 22 percent due to the volcanic ash cloud... read more

British Airways Could Face 20 Days of Industrial Action

It now appears that British Airways could face up to 20 days of strike action if the cabin crew choose... read more

Civil Aviation Authority Warns Volcanic Ash Continues to be a Threat

It appears that the Civil Aviation Authority has just warned that the volcanic ash from Iceland remains a threat to... read more

Insurance companies Hand Out Over £62 Million Due to Volcanic Ash

It appears that the travel chaos that has been caused by the Icelandic volcanic eruption has already cost insurance companies... read more

Airlines Reported to Charge People 5 Times More on Weekends Compared to Weekdays

According to new reports, Airlines are charging passengers up to 5 times more for flying with them over the weekend... read more

European Low Fares Airlines Association Demands EU to Confirm Compensation

It now seems that the European Low Fares Airlines Association has renewed its request to European Union Transport Ministers to... read more

Hilton Hotel in Nagoya Helps Guests Get Around on Bikes

The well known Hilton hotel in Nagoya has now started to offer its guests free use of bicycles to get... read more

UK Travel Tax Slammed by Pacific Tourism Leaders

The tourism industry in the Pacific region is currently raising big concerns over the negative impact of the UK government’s... read more