The destinations around the globe that you must see and if you are travelling to them for business or pleasure what toook out for when visiting
News affecting, and about, business travel for the business person who has to travel for their roile nationally from the UK as well as internationally
Reviews of hotels and destinations around the world for the business traveller to go to and where to eat, drink and see whilst they are travelling
Statistics show there were a total of 15 fatal air accidents in 2018 resulting in 556 deaths compared to just 44 in 2017, but it was one of the safest years on record.
Gatwick Airport has been sold to France’s Vinci for £2.9 billion, just days after after reports of drone sightings closed its runway and caused chaos for thousands of passengers.
British Airways has announced that it will resume direct flights between Heathrow and Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, from 2 June 2019 after a ten-year hiatus.
London City airport has released concept images of what the interior of its terminal will look like in 2022 as it continues a £500 million development project.
Two US-based law firms have filed a national class action lawsuit against Marriott International over the data breach the hotel company revealed on Friday.
Shares in Flybe took off on Friday following reports that Virgin Atlantic is in talks about a takeover bid for the struggling airline.
Holiday giant Thomas Cook is expected to lay bare the impact of a European heatwave and a fall in demand for last-minute trips abroad when it unveils falling profits next week.
Swissport and Airport Lounge Development are set to open a Club Aspire lounge at Gatwick South early next year with space for 130 travellers.
Over a third of international business travellers (IBTs) are more likely to engage in a number of risky behaviours when travelling, with only 15 per cent more concerned about their safety while away.
Thomas Cook Airlines is launching ‘Economy Light’ fares on its long-haul routes in the UK and Condor in Germany