Transport

Toll Group opens new NZ facility

Toll Group Auckland has opened a new facility following the lift of lockdown restrictions in New Zealand.“While New Zealanders have been busily preparing to move to Alert Level 3, we have be...... [continue reading]

Brisbane’s new runway reaches practical completion

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and Skyway, a joint venture between BMD Constructions Pty Ltd and CPB Contractors Pty Ltd (a member of the CIMIC Group), are celebrating the practical completion...... [continue reading]

Amazon hires 100,000 staff following spike in demand for e-commerce

Amazon has hired 100,000 employees due to its spike in demand for e-commerce due to global lockdown restrictions.Last month, Amazon announced it would invest over US$350 million ...... [continue reading]

Woolworths reveals new $184m temperature controlled distribution centre

Woolworths has announced a new state-of the-art temperature controlled distribution centre in a major Australian capital city.The supermarket giant has lodged a Development Applicatio...... [continue reading]

Alstom confirms talks to buy Bombardier's train business

French train company Alstom has that it is in talks with Canada's Bombardier about a possible acquisition of its train business."Discussions are ongoing," Alstom said, adding that no fi...... [continue reading]

New Brisbane-San Francisco services take off

New direct Qantas flights between Brisbane and San Francisco are set to take off from Brisbane Airport (BNE), establishing an additional link between Queensland’s international gateway city and Nor...... [continue reading]

Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth to step down

Jaguar Land Rover's chief executive Ralf Speth will step down in September after leading the luxury carmaker for a decade.The company said Speth would quit as CEO and executive director at t...... [continue reading]

New $560m site for Woolworths

Vaughan Constructions has successfully delivered Woolworths’ latest facility in Melbourne’s south, the distribution centre (DC) is the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.P...... [continue reading]

DHL partners with Tetra Pak to create smart warehouse in Singapore

DHL Supply Chain has successfully implemented an integrated supply chain solution for Tetra Pak’s warehouse in Singapore, one of its largest globally. This is the first smart warehouse for D...... [continue reading]

Uber Air to trial in Melbourne

Uber has announced Australia as the first international market for Uber Air, with Melbourne being selected as the first official pilot city outside of the US.Melbourne will join Dallas and L...... [continue reading]

Qantas to fly direct from Brisbane to Chicago

Brisbane Airport (BNE) will be the first and only port in Australia with direct flights to/from Chicago following confirmation that Qantas plans to commence four-times weekly direct services by the...... [continue reading]

Oji Fibre Solutions & Port of Tauranga Renew Long Term Operating Agreement

Oji Fibre Solutions and Port of Tauranga have today confirmed their long term relationship has been extended with the renewal of their Operating Agreement for a further 10 years. Oji...... [continue reading]

Scania & Rio Tinto trial autonomous truck at Dampier Salt mine

Scania is testing a new generation autonomous transport system at Rio Tinto’s Dampier Salt operations in Western Australia. The first phase of the trial started in August 2018 and in...... [continue reading]

Mainfreight Opens Regional Queensland Branch in Toowoomba

Mainfreight has expanded its reach in regional Australia with the opening of a new branch in Toowoomba. “Toowoomba is a booming regional centre located 125 kilometres west of Brisban...... [continue reading]

Volvo opens new Australian headquarters at Wacol

Australia’s largest automotive manufacturer, Volvo Group Australia, has opened its new national headquarters at Wacol, signalling the next chapter in its 46-year Queensland-based success story....... [continue reading]

Qantas complete first ever Perth to London direct flight

Qantas’ first Perth to London flight has taken off, marking the start of the only direct air link between Australia and Europe – and the fastest way of traveling between the two continents.O...... [continue reading]

Telstra will deliver IoT solutions to Linfox fleet over Australia’s largest and fastest mobile network

Linfox, one of Australia’s largest logistics companies, has partnered with Telstra and MTData to implement an advanced telematics and management solution into its Australian truck fleet. The Intern...... [continue reading]

Heathrow reports 15th consecutive record month for passengers

Britain's primary air hub reported a flying start to the year on Monday, with 5.8 million passengers passing through Heathrow Airport in January. The hub's owner, Heathrow Airport Ho...... [continue reading]

Qantas Dreamliner to operate daily between Brisbane & Los Angeles

Qantas has announced the start date of 1 September 2018 for a daily Dreamliner service between Brisbane and Los Angeles. It will replace the Boeing 747-400 currently operating this route.... [continue reading]

SCEE increases presence in transport infrastructure sector

Southern Cross Electrical Engineering Limited (SCEE) has been awarded approximately $20m of work on Main Roads Western Australia’s NorthLink WA Central Section (Reid Highway to Ellenbrook) by Great...... [continue reading]

Lendlease to deliver Gawler Rail Electrification Project

Lendlease has been selected by the South Australian Government as the preferred contractor to design and construct the Gawler Rail Electrification Project Stage 1. ...... [continue reading]

Brisbane Airport appoint new CEO

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has appointed Gert-Jan De Graaff, a former BAC senior executive and current President and CEO of JFKIAT LLC, the operators of Terminal 4 at John F Kennedy Interna...... [continue reading]

Contract awarded for City Rail Link Mt Eden works

A contract for the City Rail Link and the first for the southern end of the project has been awarded to the March Bessac Joint Venture.CRL chief executive Chris Meale says it’s another...... [continue reading]

Kenya Airways awarded African airline of the year

Kenya Airways has received an award as Africa’s leading airline at the 24th Annual World Travel Awards held in Kigali, Rwanda.This is the second consecutive year the national carrier is winn...... [continue reading]

Ethio-Djibouti railway project commences full ride trials

Full ride trials have commenced on the Ethio-Djibouti railway project. The trials units are prior to the commencement of passenger and freight services. The railway project was execu...... [continue reading]

Ryanair succumbs to CAA demands

Irish budget airline Ryanair has agreed to comply with demands made by regulators to inform customers of their full compensation rights after it cancelled thousands of flights in recent weeks.... [continue reading]

Flybe announce £20m loss as capacity exceeds demand

Regional airline Flybe announced a £20m loss in what has been a turbulent year for the carrier. Flybe reported a pre-tax loss of £19.9m in the year to 31 March, despite revenues ri...... [continue reading]

Stage 2 Contract awarded for NorthLink WA

The second of three construction contracts for the $1.12 billion NorthLink WA has been awarded to the Great Northern Connect Team - a joint venture between BGC Contracting Pty Ltd and Laing O'Rourk...... [continue reading]

Ethiopian Airlines records another year of growth

Ethiopian Airlines has ended yet another year of fast and profitable growth in 2016, highlighted by fleet and network expansion as well as significant investment in customer services in the ai...... [continue reading]

Qantas to fly direct from Perth to London

Qantas is set to add to its list of aviation firsts, with the national carrier confirming it will operate non-stop flights from Perth to London using the 787-9 Dreamliner. The 14,498...... [continue reading]

Broadspectrum awarded five year custodial contract

Broadspectrum has been awarded a $258 million five-year contract by Western Australia’s Department of Corrective Services for court security and custodial services. The initial five-year contract i...... [continue reading]

Heathrow Airport expansion approved by Ministers

The UK government has agreed to expand Britain’s airport capacity by approving a third runway at Heathrow Airport. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling called the decision "truly momen...... [continue reading]

Genesee & Wyoming buy Glencore's Australian rail business

Glencore has agreed to sell its coal-haulage business GRail in New South Wales state to American railroad operator Genesee & Wyoming Inc. for AUD1.14 billion (US$874 million), in the latest sale by...... [continue reading]

IATA Forecasts Air Passenger Demand to Double Over 20 Years

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.2 billion passengers to travel in 2035, a near doubling of the 3.8 billion air travelers in 2016. The prediction is based on a 3.7% annu...... [continue reading]

Virgin Australia to launch new services to LA and Abu Dhabi

Virgin Australia will launch services from Melbourne to Los Angeles and Perth to Abu Dhabi in 2017, increasing competition and choice for Australian travellers. On 4 April 2017, Virg...... [continue reading]

Volkswagen to increase production in Kenya

Volkswagen continues to drive forward with the regionalisation of the global automotive business. The brand is planning to start CKD production of the Polo Vivo in Kenya at the end of 2016. An agre...... [continue reading]

Australia’s first driverless bus is on the open road

Australia’s first fully driverless and electric shuttle bus, the RAC Intellibus, has made it’s debut in South Perth. The RAC Intellibus will carry passengers and interact with traffi...... [continue reading]

Auckland Airport reports increase in passengers and revenue

Revenues at Auckland Airport have increased 12.9% to $573.9 million. Total profit after tax was up 17.4% to $262.4 million. Auckland Airport Chair, Sir Henry van der Heyden, says, “T...... [continue reading]

Bombardier opens new South African production site

Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation inaugurated its new South African production site and headquarters at an event held in Isando, Johannesburg. The opening ceremony was attended by Tr...... [continue reading]

Qantas Group announces record results

Qantas has reported an underlying profit before tax of $1.53 billion for the 12 mo...... [continue reading]

Volvo Cars and Uber join forces to develop autonomous driving cars

Volvo Cars and Uber are to join forces to develop next generation autonomous driving cars. The two companies have signed an agreement to establish a joint project that will...... [continue reading]

China to invest R11bn in S.A's automotive sector

The Coega Development Corporation has signed an historic R11 billion investment deal with the Beijing Automobile International Corporation (BAIC), the biggest automotive investment in Africa in the...... [continue reading]

Balfour Beatty awarded Caltrain rail corrdior contract

International infrastructure group, Balfour Beatty, has been awarded a $697 million contract to undertake electrification of the 52-mile Caltrain rail corridor between San Francisco and San Jo...... [continue reading]

Contractors' shortlist announced for major western Sydney road projects

Work on the Australian and New South Wales governments’ suite of Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan projects is pushing ahead, with shortlisted contractors announced to build three major road proje...... [continue reading]

Work to begin on East Perth station upgrade

Work will start this month on a $25 million Liberal National Government upgrade to East Perth Station to...... [continue reading]

Qatar Airways increases stake in BA owned IAG

Qatar Airways has announced that it has increased it's holding in British Air...... [continue reading]

Ethiopian Airlines signs MoU with Aerosud Group to establish Aerospace Manufacturing Industry in Ethiopia

Africa’s fastest growing airline Ethiopian airlines has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Aerosud Holdings, a prominent South African Aerospace Manufacturing company, at a ceremony he...... [continue reading]

Balfour Beatty awarded £170m Heathrow Airport contract

International infrastructure group, Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £170 million contract to upgrade baggage screening and handling systems at Heathrow Airport. The project, w...... [continue reading]

Transnet unveil positive results despite economic challenges

Transnet has unveiled a positive set of results for the year ended 31 March 2016. This was despite a tough economic environment characterised by weak economic activity which undermined growth in vo...... [continue reading]

Laing O'Rourke & BGC win NorthLink WA Stage 2project contract

West Australian Minister for Transport Dean Nalder has announced that Great Northern Connect, a joint venture between Laing O’Rourke and BGC Contracting, is the preferred contractor for the No...... [continue reading]

Mango CEO departs for fastjet

Low cost African airline fastjet (AIM: FJET) has appointed Nico Bezuidenhout as it’s new CEO. Nico will take up his position and join the Board as an executive director on 1 August 2016. ... [continue reading]

Data#3 extends Brisbane Airport contract

Data#3, a leading Australian business technology solutions company, has announced that Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) will extend its Managed Technology Infrastructure Service contract with Dat...... [continue reading]

South Africa's Imperial acquires UK based Palletways Group

Imperial Mobility International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of listed Imperial Holdings, has acquired UK-based Palletways Group and its subsidiaries for £162.9 million (R3.7 billion), subjec...... [continue reading]

Toyota invests R6.1bn in South African Prospection plant

Japanese automaker Toyota, has announced that it has invested over R6,1 billion to...... [continue reading]

Qatar Airways increases it's stake in IAG

Qatar Airways has increased its shareholding in International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) to 15.01%. Qata...... [continue reading]

Finnair and Swissport sign contract extension for Helsinki

Swissport International has already been providing ramp handling services for Finnair in Helsinki since December 2011. The companies are now extending their partnership for another five years. Impr...... [continue reading]

Auckland Airport to build new distribution facility for Fonterra

Auckland Airport is to build a state-of-the-art new distribution centre for Fonterra’s New Zealand consumer business (Fonterra Brands New Zealand), the two companies announced today. Fonterra Brand...... [continue reading]

Ford to create 1,200 new jobs in South Africa

Ford Motor Company is investing R2.5-billion ($170 million U.S. dollars) to expand operations in South Africa at its Silverton Assembly Plant in Pretoria, South Africa, to produce the all-new Ford...... [continue reading]

Air New Zealand opens expansive new Brisbane Airport Lounge

Air New Zealand's has opened a new purpose-built, architecturally designed and significantly larger lounge will at Brisbane International Airport. The new 771 square metre lounge cat...... [continue reading]

Ryanair launches corporate jet service

Budget airline Ryanair has launched a corporate jet charter service with a Boeing 737-700 customised to...... [continue reading]

First train from new R1 billion SA factory expected in 18 months

The production of the first South African-manufactured commuter train, made up of six state-of-the-art cars – destined for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA) Metrorail network...... [continue reading]

Demand for Air Travel Surges to Strongest Result in Five Years

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported global passenger traffic results for 2015 showing demand (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose 6.5% for the full year comp...... [continue reading]

Salini Impregilo NRW JV awarded Forrestfield Link Project contract

The Salini Impregilo NRW Joint Venture has been selected by Public Transport Authority of Western Australaia as the preferred contractor for the design, construction and maintenance of the Forrestf...... [continue reading]

South Africa to invest in new port infrastructure

South Africa has set aside USD442m for new port infrastructure in South Africa.Speaking during the during State of the Nation Address in Parliament, South African President Jacob Zuma announced all...... [continue reading]

BA launches flights from fourth London airport

British Airways is to start flying from Stansted this summer adding a fourth London airport to its network. From May 28 the airline will launch flights to the popular holiday sunspots of F...... [continue reading]

Alcoa Wins Fourth Boeing Contract in String of Recent Deals

Lightweight metals leader Alcoa has announced a long-term supply agreement with Boeing for multi-material aerospace parts. Under this agreement, Alcoa will supply components for the 777X—Boei...... [continue reading]

Air New Zealand unveils new recruitment campaign

Air New Zealand has unveiled a new online campaign to recruit talented people as its future flight attendants. #AspireToFly is part of Air New Zealand’s ‘Where to next?’ brand campaign and...... [continue reading]

Clairwood Logistics Park set to create thousands of new jobs in Durban

Construction of the ZAR3.5 billion Clairwood Logistics Park is set to begin, ending a three year conflict between Fortress Income Fund and community groups in the south Durban basin. Michae...... [continue reading]

City of Cape Town to go green with Public Transport tender

The City of Cape Town is planning to make its public transport system greener by getting electric buses for the MyCiti service. Mayor Patricia de Lille announced that a tender for the procu...... [continue reading]

AirAsia X to land in Auckland

AirAsia X is to start a daily service between Kuala Lumpur and Auckland, by extending its existing Gold Coast service. The year-round service will commence in March 2016, using an A330-300 aircraft...... [continue reading]

Singapore Airlines extends Brisbane service

Singapore Airlines will offer more than 700,000 seats a year between Brisbane and Singapore when it adds a fourth direct service operating three days a week from late May 2016, with the aim of incr...... [continue reading]

Airbus achieves record aircraft sales in 2015

Airbus has exceeded sales targets for 2015, achieving a new record of 635 aircraft deliveries for 85 customers of which 10 are new. These deliveries comprise: 491 A320 Family aircraft; 103 A33...... [continue reading]

Sellers on Amazon Cap off Big Year with More Than 40 Percent Growth on Cyber Monday

Amazon has announced that more than 23 million items were ordered worldwide from sellers on Amazon on Cyber Monday, a more than 40 percent increase year-over-year. To help sellers scale their busin...... [continue reading]

AA signs three-year contract with Lex Autolease

The UKs largest breakdown service, the AA PLC, has signed a major new B2B partnership contract to provide roadside assistance to Lex Autolease, the UK’s leading fleet management and fleet fund...... [continue reading]

National Express begins operating its first German rail services

National Express has started rail operations in Germany for the first time as the company begins running services on the Rhine Munster Express (RME). National Express became the first Briti...... [continue reading]

Department for Transport renews London Midland contract

The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that train operator London Midland will continue to run services between London, the West Midlands and the North of England until October 2017....... [continue reading]

RwandAir puts passengers online with internet and mobile phone devices

RwandAir will become the fourth African airline to choose SITAONAIR as its connectivity provider. RwandAir has two A330s, both of which will be line fitted with mobile phone and Wi-Fi services. The...... [continue reading]

Air New Zealand is Australasia’s top airline for seventh consecutive year

Air New Zealand has been named Australasia’s Leading Airline for the seventh consecutive year at the 2015 World Travel Awards. The airline also took out the award for Australasia’s...... [continue reading]

easyJet cabin crew to trial wearable technology uniforms

European airline, easyJet has unveiled a world first in airline uniforms on its 20th birthday by incorporating wearable technology into cabin crew and engineers’ uniforms to improve communication a...... [continue reading]

New Contracts To Boost Denel's Armoured Vehicle Business

Denel Vehicle Systems has concluded a contract of more than R900-million with NIMR in the United Arab Emirates for the development and supply of advanced mine-protected vehicles. This contr...... [continue reading]

Ryanair announce half year profits rose 37%

European airline Ryanair, has announced H1 profits (pre-exceptions) rose 37% to €1,088m. Traffic grew 13% to 58m as load factor jumped 4% points to 93%. Ryanair’s CEO, Michael O’Leary, sai...... [continue reading]

New Zealand's Alice tunnel completes remarkable journey

Alice, the giant Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) has successfully completed excavation of the second motorway tunnel on Auckland’s Waterview Connection motorway project. One of the largest TBM’...... [continue reading]

Airports Company South Africa signs sister airports agreement with Munich Airport Group

Airports Company South Africa has signed a strategic Sister Airports Agreement with Munich Airport Group. Airports Company S...... [continue reading]

Tanzania to construct largest port in East Africa

Tanzania has begun the construction of what it says will be the largest port in East Africa at an estimated cost of $11bn. Supported by China Merchants Holdings International and Oman’s State Gover...... [continue reading]

Digital contracts is the way forward for Delta Cargo

Delta Cargo is making it easier for customers to do business sustainably by leading the industry in replacing its paper contracts with digital versions. 77 percent of all freight shipped on...... [continue reading]

United Airlines announce new San Francisco to Auckland service

United Airlines will start a San Francisco to Auckland service in July 2016, using a B787 Dreamliner aircraft. Norris Carter, Auckland Airport’s general manager - aeronautical commercial, s...... [continue reading]

Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat partner to deliver European Aviation Network

Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat have announced a strategic partnership bringing unprecedented passenger connectivity to Europe’s aviation industry and its customers. A new innovative, combined LTE-ba...... [continue reading]

Fastjet reports record number of passengers

fastjet operations in Tanzania have reported a record number of passengers in August 2015, carrying a total of 76,741 passengers during the month. The load factor for August was 75%. The in...... [continue reading]

Boeing dreamliners to symbolise a new era for Qantas

Qantas will enter a new era of global opportunities, fuel efficiency and passenger comfort when the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner joins the Qantas International fleet from 2017. The national carr...... [continue reading]

Ford Motor Company to begin assembling best-selling Ford Ranger Trucks in Nigeria

Ford Motor Company has announced it will assemble its popular Ford Ranger pickup truck in Nigeria starting in the fourth quarter of 2015 as part of its expansion in Middle East and Africa. Nig...... [continue reading]

Airports Commission recommend new runway at Heathrow

Britain should build a third runway at London's Heathrow Airport, a government-appointed commission into the country's airport capacity said in a report set to create a political headache for Prime...... [continue reading]

RwandAir agrees loan deal for two new Airbus jets

RwandAir has signed a deal with a regional African bank for a $160 million loan as part of the financing to buy two aircraft from Airbus.The loan will be arranged by the Eastern and Southern...... [continue reading]

Rolls-Royce wins Finnair servicing contract

Rolls-Royce will provide long term TotalCare engine service support for Trent XWB engines that will power 19 Airbus A350 XWB aircraft to be operated by Finnair.Finnair was the first airline...... [continue reading]

Ghana's Tema port expansion received $1.5bn finance boost

The Tema port expansion in Ghana has received a US$1.5bn finance boost. This was revealed during the signing of the 35-year Concessionary Agreement between the Ghana Ports and Harbours Autho...... [continue reading]

Irish airline Ryanair reports big increase in full year profits

Irish airline Ryanair has reported a big increase in full-year profits.Net profit for the year to the end of March rose 66% to €867m (£614m; $948m), slightly ahead of analysts' expectations....... [continue reading]

London First members back Heathrow expansion

Members of London First, an influential group of businesses that seek to make London the best city in the world for commerce, have come out resoundingly in favour of Heathrow expansion.A sur...... [continue reading]

SANRAL given R12.5bn cash injection

The South African government has pumped a cash injection of R12.5 billion into the beleaguered SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) for operations on non-tolled roads.This comes amid faile...... [continue reading]

Cancellation of Aurizon enterprise agreements sparks fury

Aurizon rail workers are up in arms after a Fair Work Australia decision quashed 12 expired enterprise bargaining agreements covering 6000 employees.A full bench of the Fair Work commission...... [continue reading]

Louis Berger wins $7.6 million project to boost transportation in Southern Africa

The Sub-Saharan Regional Pipeline Corporation, Ltd. (SSRPC) recently selected Louis Berger to provide $7.6 million in consultancy services for the rehabilitation of National Road N303 in Mozambique...... [continue reading]

Qantas announce profit in half year financial results

Qantas has reported an Underlying Profit Before Tax of $367 million and a Statutory Profit After Tax of $206 million for the six months ended 31 December 2014.This Underlying Profit Before T...... [continue reading]

DHL opens new $120m supply chain facility in Western Sydney

DHL Supply Chain have launched a new 90,000 square metre supply chain campus in Sydney's western suburbs this morning, with NSW premier Mike Baird MP presiding over the opening.The NSW Premi...... [continue reading]

ACSA Investing in Solar Energy at Regional Airports

Airports Company South Arica (ACSA) has called on interested parties to bid for the design of two 500 KWp photovoltaic (PV) solar plants, for installation at its Upington International and its Kimb...... [continue reading]

Barrick Gold invest in Ford F-150 trucks

Barrick Gold US have made a bulk order of light vehicles from Ford, after having been chosen to test the prototype 2015 Ford F-150 trucks.The new trucks feature an experimental aluminium-all...... [continue reading]

Ryanair raises profit forecast ahead of 30 year anniversary

Ryanair is planning the next big upgrade of its mobile app for April as it seeks to build on its ‘always getting better’ passenger proposition.The disclosure came as the Irish low-cost carri...... [continue reading]

Passenger growth continues at Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport (BNE) has recorded the fastest rate of growth in international passengers since 2005, with more than 4.92 million international travellers in 2014, equating to an increase of 5.5 p...... [continue reading]

Alliance between Air NZ and Singapore Airlines begins

Airfares from Auckland to Singapore, Southeast Asia and Europe are set to come down following the launch of an alliance between Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines today.Air New Zealand f...... [continue reading]

Ethiopia to spend $64.5 on 3 new airports

The Ethiopian Airports Enterprise (EAE) is planning to construct three new airports in Ethiopia. The project is expected to cost US$ 64.5m.A contract of agreement was signed Friday last week...... [continue reading]

Stevin Rock Chooses Rail Transport to Strengthen Its Distribution Network

Etihad Rail, the developer and operator of the UAE’s national railway network, has announced yet another strategic partnership to offer logistics services to a company operating in the re...... [continue reading]

American Express and Delta Air Lines Extend Partnership

American Express (NYSE: AXP) and Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today announced a multiyear extension of their exclusive co-brand Credit Card. The deal includes continuation of Delta as a Card-accepti...... [continue reading]

Airline Profitability Improves with Falling Oil Prices

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced an outlook for improved industry profitability in its Economic Performance of the Air Transport Industry report. Airlines are expected t...... [continue reading]

STEWART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT’S RUNWAY 9-27 REOPENS AS LARGEST CAPITAL PROJECT IN AIRPORT HISTORY NEARS COMPLETION

One of the longest commercial airport runways in America returned to service today as officials from the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey reopened the full length of the 11,817-foo...... [continue reading]

Eurostar celebrates its 20th anniversary with the unveiling of its new e320 train

In the last two decades Eurostar has revolutionised cross-channel travel, providing a swift, seamless link between the UK and mainland Europe. With passengers increasingly choosing high speed rail...... [continue reading]

ETIHAD AIRWAYS PARTNERS UNVEILED

Etihad Airways has unveiled Etihad Airways Partners, a new brand which brings together like-minded airlines to offer customers more choice through improved networks and schedules and enhanced frequ...... [continue reading]

Shortlist for Northern and TransPennine Express rail operators revealed

Three companies have been shortlisted to run the Northern franchise and three are being considered for the TransPennine Express franchise. Train companies that are in the running to...... [continue reading]