Qantas is set to unveil its new brand campaign, based on a concept of what the national carrier has been doing for almost 100 years – bringing people home. The ‘Feels Like Home’ series tells the real stories of five Qantas passengers and their journey home to Australia being welcomed at the airport by loved…
American Airlines has moved its operations to Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport. As part of the move, American flights operated by US Airways will end operations at Terminal 3, and all US Airways ticketing and check-in, gates, baggage and customer service operations will begin at Terminal 6.
Emirates is launching a fourth daily service from its home and hub, Dubai International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York commencing 8th March 2015.
Air Canada is planning to expand the introduction of its new International Business Class product to include all Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, seven more than previously announced.
Oman Air has expanded its corporate social responsibility programme to include dedicated newspaper and magazine recycling points within its headquarters, and at Muscat International Airport.
easyJet has revealed plans for four new routes from the airport to Lanzarote, Catania, Porto and Gibraltar from Summer 2015.
British Airways will commence an additional flight to Tobago from the spring of 2015 in a bid to increase airlift to the island. The company’s head of commercial at Gatwick Airport in London, Colm Lacy, earlier told the UK launch of the BA Tobago Legends Football Classic in London, England that BA was adding the…
Air Canada and Air China have concluded a memorandum of understanding setting out the main principles for a comprehensive revenue sharing joint venture providing for an enhanced partnership on routes between Canada and China which will stimulate traffic growth between the two countries.
Emirates continues to be a trailblazer in technology, recently empowering its airport staff with the latest mobile application designed to deliver the best service to customers. Called the Journey Manager, this custom-designed application enables the airline’s team of airport staff to get real-time information that will enable them to respond to customers’ needs with greater…
Gatwick achieved its twentieth successive month of growth in October, with more than 3.3 million passengers flying through the airport. This was 7.8% up on last year, representing an additional 241,000 passengers, and Gatwick’s busiest ever October.