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British Airways cabin crew are preparing to go to the polls once more to vote on whether further strikes are deemed necessary. The airline and its employees have been engaged in a battle over working conditions, pay and travel privileges since the end of 2009. If crew members decide to vote in favour of a […]

Qantas Airways is looking at a number of options for protecting its market share of international business both to and from the country. Recently, the flag-carrier has been faced with strong competition from rivals including Virgin Blue and Emirates. The airline’s boss, Alan Joyce, has assembled a team of around 20 experts to examine the […]

Expedia is hoping to expand its presence in Scotland after opening an office in Edinburgh. The online travel giant said it aims to boost sales across the country by around 40 per cent by the end of 2011. The decision to open in the capital was made after the firm saw a rise in the […]

British Airways customers planning to go away with the airline over the school half-term or at Easter may have to rethink their plans as cabin crew once again vote in favour of industrial action. Although no dates have yet been confirmed, the union has not ruled out staging strikes over the holidays. The latest ballot […]

British Airways customers are angry that while many tour companies were doing everything in their power to get customers out of riot torn Tunisia, the airline was continuing to take passengers in. One woman claims she called the airline after seeing reports of the violence to ask if everything was alright. Apparently BA said it […]

A survey conducted by the union representing the interests of British Airways’ cabin crew suggests that most employees of the airline have witnessed or been the subject of bullying. The result of the poll of 2,000 employees is unlikely to ease tensions between the flag-carrier and its staff. A dispute between cabin crew and the […]

A Russian airliner carrying eight crew members and 116 passengers has exploded killing three and injuring dozens more. The incident occurred as the Kogalymavia owned Tupolev-154 was taxiing ahead of take-off at Surgut airport in western Siberia. The jet was headed for Moscow. The explosion occurred after a fire ignited in one of the Tu-154 […]

Snow storms hitting the north-east coast of America are causing travel chaos as services are disrupted on trains, planes and buses. Motorists are also being warned that the conditions on the roads should be taken into consideration by those keen to go bargain hunting in the sales. Flights at each of New York’s main airports […]

The AA is predicting a hike in the number of insurance claims made over the festive period from motorists having accidents directly attributable to the current severe weather conditions. Across the UK the number of claims is already up by ten per cent and nearly a quarter of these claims are due to the snow […]

Road safety experts are warning that drug drivers will continue to get away with being high behind the wheel until some type of roadside testing device is issued to the country’s traffic police. At the moment all an officer can do if a suspected drug driver is apprehended is ask them to perform a field […]