Having recently joined the Star Alliance network, Air India signs up for Travelport’s leading industry merchandising technology.
Fincantieri is to build a new cruise ship for the Princess Cruises fleet.
Qantas and LAN extend codeshare partnership, offering customers increased options and seamless connectivity.
Accor is to open a new Pullman and ibis hotel at Brisbane Airport’s Domestic Terminal Precinct.
The aviation industry has called for better information and better control of weapons and reassures the public flying remains safe.
GBTA’s Foundation report forecasts global business travel spending to reach record high in 2014, led by sustained growth in China.
Virtual flight tests on the new Air NZ Dreamliner are now complete, and the airline's stranded Hawaii flight has finally taken off.
American Express GBT launches premium travel management platform, with frequent business travellers in mind.
ETB News has announced its new phone number, 1300 66 86 04, effective immediately.
Major international meeting between the International Civil Aviation Organisation and top airline industry officials, to take place in Montreal today.
Qantas has reassured passengers it is safe to fly over Iraq and doesn't plan to re-route.
Deloitte has released its Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook report of key insights and forecasts across Australian tourism.
Phil Hoffman Travel has announced the purchase of Harvey World Travel Gawler and Harvey World Travel Barossa Valley.
Flights to Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, have returned to normal operations following last week's ban.
China’s investment in the Australian property and tourism sectors is expected to see an AUD $20 million injection.
A review process of the troubled airline’s future is already in progress, led by the Malaysian government.
Announcing the release of its jam packed 2015 USA and Canada brochure, Globus celebrated with friends at the international ice hockey match.
Following a partnership established last year, TripAdvisor is set to acquire Viator later this year.
AFP officers to be sent to Ukraine to secure the crash site of MH17.
The stunning work of five photographers, was on display in Sydney last night, celebrating 20 years of freedom in South Africa.