Bad weather, natural disasters and strike action cost the travel industry up to $60 billion annually, equating to some 8% of global industry revenues, a new report on flight disruption finds today.
IATA has announced an upward revision of its 2015 industry outlook to predict a $29.3 billion net profit for the world's airlines.
Aviation intelligence expert OAG, says Brazil’s airlines have not yet increased capacity in June and July to accomodate the influx of football fans and additional traffic that the World Cup will bring.
The gap in cost between budget airlines and legacy has closed by 30% in the last six years, according to a new report.
Airport and inflight WiFi is unreliable, limited and frustrating, a new poll of business passengers claims.
Singapore Changi Airport saw passenger numbers rise by 10% in June to 4.4 million.