Tourism News

American Airlines To Drop Some Cuba Flights

December 1, 2016

American Airlines To Drop Some Cuba Flights

American Airlines will reduce the number of flights it offers between the US and Cuba next year as demand disappoints.


Lufthansa Pilots To Strike Tuesday & Wednesday

November 28, 2016

Lufthansa Pilots To Strike Tuesday & Wednesday

The VC pilots union at Lufthansa has given notice of further strikes on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.


TransAsia Ends Flight Operations

November 22, 2016

TransAsia Ends Flight Operations

Taiwan's TransAsia Airways has shut down its flight operations after attempts to recover from two aircraft crashes failed.


Arik Air To Cancel Some Domestic Flights

November 17, 2016

Arik Air To Cancel Some Domestic Flights

Nigeria's Arik Air has announced a further reduction in its domestic flight operations as aviation fuel shortages continue.


Berlin Schönefeld Reopens After Runway Cleared

November 17, 2016

Berlin Schönefeld Reopens After Runway Cleared

Berlin's Schönefeld Airport reopened on Thursday afternoon after a light aircraft suffered technical problems and blocked the runway.



Oklahoma City Flights Restart After Shooting

November 15, 2016

Oklahoma City Flights Restart After Shooting

Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport was returning to normal operations on Tuesday after the shooting of a Southwest Airlines employee, and the discovery of the body of a suspect.


United Goes Basic, Defers Aircraft Deliveries

November 15, 2016

United Goes Basic, Defers Aircraft Deliveries

United Airlines announced a new fare structure with the addition of "Basic Economy" as it tries to grab a slice of the low cost market.


Lufthansa Pilots Union Set To Call Strikes

November 14, 2016

Lufthansa Pilots Union Set To Call Strikes

Lufthansa pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit has threatened strikes in support of a long-running pay dispute.


Computer Problem Affecting Airline Check-in Resolved

November 11, 2016

Computer Problem Affecting Airline Check-in Resolved

Passengers on several US airlines suffered minor delays on Friday morning after a computer outage at Sabre caused check-in problems.


US To Expand Passenger Preclearance

November 4, 2016

US To Expand Passenger Preclearance

The US Department of Homeland Security has selected 11 additional airports for a possible expansion of preclearance.