European Union’s air safety regulator has issued an emergency order to inspect all Super-jumbo Airbus A380 passenger jet engines after a Rolls-Royce turbine blew up on a Qantas flight last week.
Cruise ship “Carnival Splendour” carrying 4,500 passengers and crew members is being slowly towed towards San Diego, California after an engine room fire disabled its ability to move on its own.
Europe's competition watchdog hit 11 airlines with nearly 800 million Euros in fines Tuesday for running a global cargo cartel that included Air France-KLM, British Airways and Japan Airlines.
The World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) revised upwards its previous forecasts for the industry reflecting the economic recovery and the faster-than-expected rebound in international travel, particularly in Asian markets.
A beluga whale is the inspiration behind a new concept for a massive luxury yacht and would cost in the range of 200 million US dollars.
The crew of a Mexico-bound cruise ship “Carnival Splendor” battled an engine room fire for three hours which left the vessel adrift, officials said. On Tuesday the vessel was waiting to be towed to the Mexican port of Ensenada.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney is resting in a farm in the outskirts of Buenos Aires preparing for the scheduled shows of Wednesday and Thursday at the River Plate stadium.
The Antarctic tourism season is just getting underway and travellers the world over are preparing to make the journey to the bottom of the planet where they'll be treated to one of the most remote and untouched destinations on Earth.
The new Cunard cruise ship ‘Queen Elizabeth’ called into Gibraltar for the first time on Friday. She is scheduled to become a frequent visitor to the Rock returning later this month with more port calls next year.
Uruguay is the highest positioned Latinamerican country in the 2010 list ranking the prosperity of 110 of the world’s nations by the London analytical centre Legatum Institute and its Legatum Prosperity Index.