The world's airlines are backing the development of a United Nations-led global registry for drones, as a rise in near collisions by unmanned aircraft and commercial jets fuels safety concerns, according to an executive of their trade group.
The hospitality giant’s fifth Ramada in Auckland is slated to open in 2020 Responding to a growing demand for high-quality accommodation in Auckland, Wyndham Hotel Group is strengthening its presence in New Zealand’s largest visitor centre with the addition of Ramada Hotel & Suites Newmarket.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), still the prime gateway to the US for Australians, has taken a big step towards becoming “the most passenger-friendly airport in the world” in the form of the largest contract ever awarded in the history of Los Angeles.
EuroNews - Monet & Architecture -French Impressionist painter Claude Monet is perhaps best known for his landscapes in his native France. Now, a new exhibition at London's National Gallery is exploring another of his favoured subjects - architecture. It aims to show how the artist used buildings in his compositions.
More companies are producing airline seats. That’s good news for carriers, which have long complained about production delays from existing suppliers. It’s not clear how much it matters for consumers. Airlines don’t allot much space to each economy seat so there’s not a lot of room for innovation writes Brian smers for Skift.
Hundreds of flights have been cancelled after strike action in France and Germany. Air France predicted that one if four flights would be grounded due to action by its employees on Tuesday that was due to continue on Wednesday, with four more walkouts planned this month.
Get ready to fly high in The Islands of Tahiti as a new private seaplane company launches this month. After years spent in maritime transportation in the region, the Degage family has launched the commercial Tahiti Air Charter – also becoming the first French seaplane airline in 50 years.