• Luton Airport to get express train service to London

    Luton Airport to get express train service to London Luton Airport is to get an express train service to London from December 2020, which will ultimately reduce the journey time from the capital to the...

  • Pilot sues jet operator after being told her legs were too short

    A female pilot is suing a private jet operator for sex discrimination, claiming she was fired because her legs were too short. Shari Drerup, a corporate pilot with 14 years’ experience, claims an instructor on...

  • Brexit concerns mean one in 10 Brits sacrifice overseas holidays

    Brexit concerns mean one in 10 Brits sacrifice overseas holidays One in 10 Brits have missed out on an overseas holiday because of Brexit uncertainties. Research from KPMG UK found 30% of the UK public...

  • TUI third-quarter earnings’ plunge

    TUI third-quarter earnings’ plunge TUI’s earnings have almost halved over the past three months compared with the same period last year, which the operator blamed on the grounding of the 737 MAX. The travel giant...

  • Thomas Cook in ‘advanced talks’ for additional cash

    Thomas Cook has said it is advanced talks with bondholders for an additional £150 million cash injection to see it through the winter season. The money is on top of plans announced a month ago,...

  • Busiest month record for London City

    Strong growth on new routes including Mykonos, Skiathos and Florence lifted London City Airport (LCY) to its busiest month so far in July. Nearly 491,000 passengers were counted, a 4%, or 19,300, increase compared to...

  • On The Beach issues profits warning

    Fears of a no-deal Brexit and a fall in the pound have led On The Beach to issue a profits warning. Shares in On The Beach fell by over 20% on Friday morning after the...

  • Gatwick unveils new five-year investment plan

    Gatwick unveils new five-year investment plan Gatwick is to invest further in automation and technology over the next five years to enable more sustainable growth. Its new five-year capital investment programme (CIP), unveiled today, includes...

  • Marriott moves into all-inclusive sector

    Marriott moves into all-inclusive sector This makes you wonder when Marriott International wants a piece of the lucrative all-inclusive resort business. As it faces a lawsuit in the US over ‘drip pricing’ of resort fees,...

  • BA ‘worst airline for dealing with complaints’

    BA ‘worst airline for dealing with complaints’ British Airways is the airline most likely to leave customers disappointed when they complain about problems with delays and cancellations, according to a Which? survey. The consumer champion...

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