June 15, 2024

April Waterston

Recent Posts

Greenpeace: One third of EU’s busiest flights have train alternatives under six hours

One third of the busiest short-haul flights in Europe have train alternatives under six hours, according to research by OBC Transeuropa, commissioned by Greenpeace EU. 

Prestigious award win for thebusinesstravelmag.com

The Business Travel Magazine’s new-look website, thebusinesstravelmag.com, was named Best Trade Publication Online at the Travel Media Awards this week.

Ness Walk, Inverness

For a luxury getaway on the banks of the River Ness, Ness Walk is your port of call

Survey shows air travel confidence is rising

A report from Inmarsat has revealed that demand for flights is returning, with 60% happy to get on a plane by the end of the year, compared to 47% last year.

IATA survey: Passengers happy to wear masks – for now

Most air travellers are confident about the safety of air travel and support mask-wearing in the near-term, according to the latest IATA passenger survey.

British Airways introduces power nap pods

British Airways has unveiled its latest lounge enhancement, the new ’Forty Winks’ nap lounge, featuring power nap sleep pods.

BA trials travel health pass

British Airways will begin trials tomorrow (February 4) on a digital health travel passport, VeriFLY, with selected passengers on transatlantic flights.

Emirates’ COVID-19 tests at check-in

Emirates has begun conducting on-site rapid COVID-19 tests for passengers, claiming an industry first.

Collinson research shows confusion over security assistance

New research by Collinson has highlighted the need for better communication between companies and their travelling employees about the medical and security assistance in place to protect them.

UK airlines make net zero emissions pledge

The UK Sustainable Aviation Coalition claims it has established a clear road-map to decarbonisation for UK aviation, with its members this week pledging to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.