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The latest airline industry report estimated airline a la carte revenue at $65 billion worldwide for 2018. Each year IdeaWorksCompany analyses the ancillary...
The CEOs of oneworld member airlines today met in London to unveil a radical transformation of the global alliance as it marks the 20th...
Two decades ago, a simple traveler could hardly imagine buying cheap flights in a few clicks or staying at the world’s most authentic places...
Players in the travel and tourism ecosystem in Africa travel look forward to 2019 with full optimism.
The Middle East’s low-fare sector has demonstrated a dramatic pace of growth in the last decade which shows no signs of abating, according to OAG, the market leader in airline schedule data.
ABU DHABI, UAE - The Middle East’s low-fare sector has demonstrated a dramatic pace of growth in the last decade which shows no signs of abating, according to OAG, the market leader in airline sched
While European carriers are facing turbulent times, some Asian airlines are hoping that a cut-price long-haul model will find a ready market in Asia's growing middle class.
(eTN) - Over the past weeks, speculation has been growing in Eastern Africa about a potential involvement by former EasyJet’s top executive, Stelios Iannou, said to consider joining hands with Lonrh
The world's airlines have scheduled 4.9 percent fewer flights for March 2009 compared with the same month last year, with a 3.3 percent drop in seat capacity, according to the latest statistics from O
AirAsia X, the long haul subsidiary of low-cost carrier AirAsia, announced with much fanfare in London the launching of a five-time weekly service between Kuala Lumpur and London Stansted airport.
Two new airliners are to join the rapidly developing aviation industry in the Middle East. Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Muhammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, earlier this week instructed concerned authorities to set up a low-cost carrier that will join the national airliner Emirates, the local daily Gulf News reported.
SYDNEY, Australia - Lufthansa and major US low-cost carrier (LCC) JetBlue last week announced that Lufthansa had acquired a 19 percent equity holding in the US self-described “point-to-point air carrier,” for US$300 million. The airlines described this as “the first significant investment by a European air carrier” in an American LCC/non-legacy airline.