British tax laws on plane tickets are preventing growth by deterring foreign companies from investing in the UK, an MP has warned.
A new study has revealed that most British holidaymakers like to prepare well in advance for their trips abroad.
The threat posed by Hurricane Sandy has caused tens of flights in and out of the east coast of the United States to be cancelled.
A new study has claimed that the air travel industry is lagging behind most others in its treatment of disabled people and called on airlines to "clean up their act".
The Government needs to show greater support for the aviation industry if it is to deliver jobs and economic growth, an airport trade association said.
When it comes to checking out of a hotel we all like to think we have remembered to pack all of our possessions.
British holidaymakers are generally "stand-offish" with over half saying they have no interest in making friends while on holiday, a new poll has found.
Air passenger numbers will grow by 4.7 per cent a year worldwide over the next two decades, planemaking company Airbus has predicted.
A union representing Lufthansa flight attendants has called members at Frankfurt and Berlin's Tegel airport out on strike as it escalates a dispute with Germany's biggest airline over pay and conditions.
Holidaymakers are more likely to get hot under the collar about heat in their rooms than about getting a good view or fine food, according to a poll.
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