'We feel bad for that photobomb! I hear Atlanta, Georgia has a super busy rail network! Fancy a trip courtesy of Virgin Atlantic?'
Vodafone will pay €1bn (£780m) to Liberty
Female virginity, we’re increasingly told, is a psychological rather than a physical condition. It’s not something that can be “lost” or “taken”.
Bobby Abtahi prevented from boarding Virgin America flight after cutting off crew member at revolving door
Deal raises fears of 'creeping privatisation' of the police
ITV’s next drama hit could air first on pay-TV after the Downton Abbey broadcaster today launched a new channel dedicated to drama, called ITV Encore, that will air only on Sky.
The firm hopes to take first ever tourists to space later this year. Onboard cameras were able to capture its rocket-powered engine, the first time it has been used
Under £200... Extra baggage for the sales
Virgin Atlantic's domestic airline, Little Red, is doubling its baggage allowance between Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Manchester and Heathrow. Passengers can check in two 23kg bags from 26 December to 2 February. There's also a sale on fares, with returns from £88-£99. virgin-atlantic.com
Australian airline Qantas has had its credit rating downgraded to 'junk'- below the lowest investment grade- by credit rating agency Standard & Poor's.
Qantas has set out drastic plans to axe 1,000 jobs, freeze pay, stop bonuses, and cut the salaries of its boss and board members, after the Australian airline issued a profit warning and warned that it faces “immense” challenges.
Daily game walks, hungry hippos, luxury camps, tented suites, sundowners, and river-facing decks
The price at which a single unit of the digital currency trades has risen dramatically in recent months
Flights branded as 'Little Red' have experienced low sales
The former Britain's Got Talent judge isn't known for his modesty
Richard Branson’s rail franchise set to work with the Government to finally deal with problem of unexplained spreading toilet odour
A raft of tantalising comebacks and a new radio show are testament to the fact that we're finally recognising the Eighties for what it was: a decade of peerless pop, says Pierre Perrone