British Airways has blamed the "worst trading environment ever" for an 88 per cent drop in profits for the three months until the end of June.
Eurostar is adding an 11th daily service in each direction between London and Brussels from December 14.
Zoom Airlines will cease flying between London and New York on October 31, a result of high fuel prices and increased competition on the route following the Open Skies agreement.
Airlines searching for extra cash to survive their deepening financial crisis are finding out just how valuable their frequent-flier programs really are.
Monday morning at Los Angeles International Airport. Despite the hour, a disc jockey played pulsing club music, a soundtrack that soon continued onboard a Virgin America Airbus with "My Other Ride is a Spaceship" emblazoned behind its nose.
Much has been written in the past few months about how a regulation called "Rule 240" used to require an airline to rebook you on another carrier when it canceled your flight - and whether or not the rule still exists.
When Emirates airline?s gigantic A380 aircraft glides into Kennedy International Airport on Friday, Airbus executives will breathe a sigh of relief at seeing their flagship jet complete its maiden American journey.
Emirates made history when an Airbus A380 landed at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday following a flight from Dubai.
Large airlines are reporting millions of dollars of new revenue from recently introduced bag-checking fees, but whether the practice can continue remains an open question.
In a period that British Airways has described as "the worst trading environment ever", Air France-KLM has reported April to June net profits were down 60% from a year ago.