Delhi International Airport has given special passes to health workers, to enter the airport, in order to enhance surveillance against any entry of swine flu in the Capital.
Malaysia Airlines has announced that passengers who have booked to travel to Los Angeles or New York in the United States are free to make changes to their flights, free of charge, till the end of May 2009.
Countries, airlines as well as travel and tour operators, have canceled flights to and from Mexico because of the outbreak of the swine flu in Mexico.
A new stopover package from Emirates airline will offer First and Business Class passengers the opportunity to stopover and experience Dubai for free.The airline said that All First and Business Class bookings made for travel on Emirates Airlines between May 15, 2009 and September 15, ...
Bhutan’s flagship carrier Druk Air launched new flight services from Paro in Bhutan to Bagdogra in West Bengal and Thailand’s capital Bangkok, on April 18, 2009.
Alaska Airlines Group has said that Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air will start charging passengers $15 for the first bag checked.
Chennai-based Paramount Airways has launched new services to eastern and north eastern cities from southern cities, from April 27, 2009.
Delta Air Lines recently announced that it will begin services from Dallas' Love field airport, from July 6, 2009.
Jet Airways, based in Mumbai, India, will launch services from Mumbai to Riyadh and Jeddah, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from June 14, 2009.
Kingfisher Airlines is on Twitter. Kingfisher Airlines, promoted by Vijay Mallya's UB group, has launched its Twitter account on popular microblogging site Twitter. Customers of Kingfisher Airlines can access Kingfisher Airlines on Twitter by logging on to Twitter and becoming a follower of Flykingfisher.
The National Aviation Company of India Limited (NACIL) has announced that it will start biweekly Air India Express flights from Chennai to Abu Dhabi, via Tiruchirapalli, from April 30, 2009.
The United States-based JetBlue Airways is planning to start flights from New York to the Caribbean island of Barbados from October 1, 2009.
Jet Airways has added daily flight services to Dubai from Chennai, from April 23, 2009. It has also launched another daily Mumbai-Dubai flight.
The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is planning to formulate new rules that would require medical helicopters to use additional safety gadgets and procedures, including systems that help avoid collision.
Air India Express, the low-cost airline subsidiary of Air India, is launching a two-days-a-week service between Chennai in the southern state of Tamil Nadu in India and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from April 30, 2009.
The low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways has announced that it will start four flights a day from Boston’s Logan International Airport to Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport from September 9, 2009.
China Eastern Airlines, based in Shanghai, China, plans to increase the number of flights between Kolkata in eastern India and Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province in China, from June 2009.
EasyJet Airline, the low-cost carrier based in London, will begin serving Starbucks VIA Ready Brew coffee on its flights from airports at Newcastle, Stansted, Gatwick and Madrid from May 1, 2009.
The United States-based US Airways has resumed non-stop flights between Charlotte in North Carolina, the United States, and Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris, France.
United Airlines has announced that obese passengers may have to pay the price for two seats when boarding the plane.
Emirates Airlines, the national airline of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), will start double-daily services from Dubai to Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia, from May 1, 2009.
Air New Zealand Limited, the national airline and flag carrier of New Zealand, has launched a big promotional campaign in Australia intended to get more Australians to visit several parts of New Zealand.
Pet Airways has announced that it will launch the first ever pet-only airline service, serving five cities to start with, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles.