The three main global airline alliances have renewed calls for governments to adopt aligned travel measures to...
Mr Akbar Al Baker, chief executive of Qatar Airways, has been named as the new chairman of...
Starting today, February 4, British Airways will begin trials of the VeriFLY digital health passport, which allows...
Malaysia Airlines’ passengers can now check-in a maximum of two pieces of baggage, within the 30, 40, and 50kg free baggage allowance included in their travel in Economy, Business and
Willie Walsh has been nominated by the board of the Oneworld alliance to be the Chair for the coming year. He is Chief Executive of International Airlines Group (IAG), the
Qatar Airways will become a full member of Oneworld from 30th October 2013, becoming the only one of the big three Gulf carriers to join any of the global airline
London Heathrow’s plans for a third runway have receiving the backing of the Oneworld, SkyTeam and Star alliances. Last week the UK Airport Commission published a summary of the short
Malaysia Airlines has today become part of Oneworld, adding one of Asia’s leading airlines to the global airline alliance that aims to be the first choice for frequent international travellers
To mark becoming a member of the Oneworld alliance from 1st February, Malaysia Airlines has unveiled a range of competitive ex-London Business Class fares for 2013. With just one stop
Malaysia Airlines’ daily Paris – Kuala Lumpur service, currently operated with a B777, will have an A380 from 1st March, thus introducing First Class and increasing seat numbers by 75%
Malaysia Airlines will become a full member of Oneworld with effect from Friday 1st February 2013. The airline received clearance following a review of its readiness conducted by Qantas, which
Doha-based Qatar Airways is to join the Oneworld alliance, sponsored by British Airways, and should join in 12 – 18 months time. Qatar Airways will be Oneworld’s second Middle East member
Malaysia Airlines will introduce double-daily A380 flights on London Heathrow – Kuala Lumpur from 24th November 2012, increasing weekly seat capacity by 16% from 5,971 to 6,916 in each direction.
Airberlin has today become part of Oneworld, adding the second largest airline in Germany and the sixth largest in Europe to the global airline alliance. Niki, the Austrian member of
Air Berlin will become a member of the Oneworld alliance on 20th March, while Niki Airlines, which is part of the Air Berlin Group and which commences services from Shannon
AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle, and certain US-based subsidiaries (including American and American Eagle) yesterday filed voluntary petitions for Chapter 11 reorganisation in the