The national carrier of Singapore has been named the best international airline for in-flight dining thanks to Travel + Leisure magazine.
According to the US News & World Report, these are the best hotel and airlines loyalty reward programs this year.
International air transport rating organization Skytrax lists the top 15 “most loved” airlines of the year with Asian airlines dominating the list.
The German carrier promises an adventure you don’t even need to plan for.
LA International Airport officials approved opening a special terminal for the rich and famous. Some have dubbed this a terminal for the 1% of society because the barrier to entry is the expense, not any measure of fame.
Elsa, Anna and Olaf have been taken to heady new heights after WestJet revealed their new Frozen themed plane.
Editors at AirlineRatings.com have released their picks for the airlines that offer the best in-flight service.
Virgin American and Netflix have agreed to a partnership that brings free wi-fi and Netflix available for Netflix subscribers.
Air Canada has launched a new program that will allow international flyers to make a stopover in Toronto for free.
For those tired of braving the winter cold and snow this year, United Airlines is adding new flights to two Caribbean destinations.
American Airlines is the latest carrier to launch a real-time baggage tracker.
Boeing and Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) unveiled a Star Wars-liveried Boeing 787 Dreamliner on Saturday based on the character R2-D2.
Hugh Jackman has signed on to become an official global ambassador for the airline and will also work with Qantas on a number of community based projects.
Uzbekistan Airways announced it would begin asking customers to stand on the scales after they have had their hand luggage weighed.
Emirates is set to wrest the title of world’s longest airline route from Qantas Airways with a service between its Dubai hub and Panama City.
The All Blacks have joined up with Air New Zealand in a new safety video that takes inspiration from the Men in Black film franchise.
Fancy your face on one of these? Ryanair is launching a contest that will plaster 30 faces on the fleet of Boeing 737s.
Zodiac Aerospace has been experimenting with a concept that would feature two forward-facing seats sandwiching a single backward-facing seat.
From January, when its new Boeing 777-300ERs join its fleet, Swiss Air will become the first airline to offer passengers a host of industry firsts.
Those flying United Global First and United Business Firstwill enjoy products from the UK spa brand Cowshed as of August.