According to reports from the United States, two travelers have already died from a very rare virus after visiting Yosemite National Park located in California. Officials from this park have warned that some 1,700 people who have camped at this park recently could have been exposed to this virus as well. The problem is, it [...]

Ever wonder what the cheapest day of the week is to fly? Well, Which? has found out the answer for everyone. According to new research done by this group, Tuesday is the cheapest day of the week to book a flight out of the UK. Thus, anyone looking forward to saving the most money possible [...]

It now seems that the pilots over at American Airlines are going to be taking part in a strike vote. Apparently, this strike vote is a direct result of the airline trying to change contract terms. Some 10,000 pilots, represented by the Allied Pilots Association, will be taking part in this strike vote. Back on [...]

Hotels Receiving Fewer Guests

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 Posted by Stewart Perry

People love to travel. It is in their nature. However, reports have recently shown that fewer people have been staying in hotels recently, which may represent a slight decline in the amount of people traveling. In fact, the amount of people who stayed in hotels in the month of June was less than what was [...]

Net Loss Reported by Qantas Airways

Posted on: August 27th, 2012 Posted by Abi Bray

According to new reports, another airline has posted an annual loss in net profits. This time it’s Qantas Airways that reported that it lost more than 245 million Australian dollars. Most of this was caused by things like rising fuel prices. However, other things, like strikes, also played a role in achieving this loss. Qantas [...]

Anyone who is flying Ryanair for their holiday, don’t forget to print tickets at home. Just recently, Ryanair forced a woman traveling with her children to pay an extra £200 just to print her tickets at the airport. The woman, Suzy McLeod, has just recently received the support and backing of some 350,000 people on [...]