April 13, 2021


More pessimistic forecast from IATA

By Bev Fearis, published 29/07/20 Global passenger traffic will not return to pre-Covid-19 levels until 2024, a year later than previously projected by the aviation...

IATA: Fares will drop to tempt travellers

By Bev Fearis, published 10/06/20 Airlines will need to slash fares to entice business travellers to take to the skies again next year, according to...

TMCs predict pandemic’s impact on prices

By Bev Fearis, published 7/05/20 When the coronavirus pandemic passes and business travel resumes, what will be the impact on prices, both in the...

Close to home

The development pipeline for the likes of Premier Inn and Travelodge is testament to the UK’s burgeoning hotel sector, writes Catherine Chetwynd

Airlines braced for coronavirus impact

The aviation industry could experience its first decline in passenger demand this year since the global financial crisis of 2008-9, IATA has stated this week as it warns of "a very tough year for airlines".

Stable air fares forecast amid global uncertainty

Air fares are expected to remain relatively stable around the world in 2020 albeit with marginal rises in Europe.

Businesses can’t predict true corporate travel costs

Corporate travel and expenses are the second biggest cost to companies, yet 60% of businesses do not have a system for reconciling expenses with revenue data, according to a recent survey.

Flight shaming’ could slash air traffic growth

Climate change awareness and the Swedish concept of 'flygskam' or 'flight shaming' could have a major impact on air traffic growth, according to a new report from Swiss bank UBS.

Hotel and flight prices predicted to rise

Hotel rates and airfares are set to increase in 2020, according to the latest forecast from global travel management company BCD.

IAG slams Heathrow expansion plans

International Airlines Group (IAG) has slammed Heathrow airport's plan to make passengers pay £3.3 billion in advanced costs for a new third runway, before planning permission has been secured.