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The new rules, proposed by the EU Commission, have been widely criticized as “unsafe” and not scientifically-based. Pilots and cabin

Speech by Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the European Commission, informal meeting of EU transport ministers/Vilnius, 16 September 2013.

The Transport Committee supported provisions to ensure that aviation safety professionals – such as pilots and air traffic controllers –

The organizations signing the letter included the Consumer Travel Alliance, Consumer Federation of America, National Consumers League, Consumers Union, Business

The report makes a number of recommendations including offering a standard service approach to disruption, delivering ‘intelligent re-accommodation’, and providing

Company surpasses 40 million connectivity sessions since launch.

In order to help travellers to plan ahead and pack correctly, Airport Parking and Hotels has put together research on

New Deloitte survey indicates airline loyalty programs are not as effective as they could be in driving loyalty among their

Value per mile exceeds 5 cents for United’s intercontinental first or business class rewards, but the 25,000-mile domestic reward equals

EE's 26 million customers across the UK now have the option to use their own mobile phones inflight, thanks to