Our travel correspondent explains what to look out for – and ask for
From bikini-clad staff to 'Cuddle Class' seats for two, airlines are nothing if not inventive
The long-discussed non-stop from London to Perth is still not off the ground, but Auckland, LA and the UAE are spoiled for long-distance links
The inside story of the airline that came back from the brink
Check-in queues, baggage restrictions, and a lack of leg room can make flying in Economy less than pleasant, so it's easy to see the appeal of splashing out on First Class tickets.
Our travel correspondent, Simon Calder, outlines the prospects for getting refunds and rearranging holidays when a carrier closes down
From experiencing the thrill of adventure to taking amazing vacations at little or no cost, there are a lot of unique perks to being a flight attendant.
Budget carriers Jet2 and Flybe lead the way in Britain
The Irish capital is becoming a major player in European aviation
New rules come as in-flight sales market grows to $1.7bn per year and China smartphone rises exponentially
Have a travel question that needs answering? Ask our expert Simon Calder
With attention spans short and some aspects of in-flight briefings outdated, it's time for a shake-up, says Simon Calder
Being canny about how you pack, plan and eat can make a real difference, says Marco Robinson
Shares of IAG, which also owns Spanish airline Iberia and Irish carrier Aer Lingus, have dropped 23% since the UK voted for Brexit
Fear of flying is one of the most common phobias there is, and what goes on behind the scenes remains a mystery to many passengers.
'It’s a bit sexist to have a men-only toilet, though,' admitted Airbus CEO Tom Williams