[DUBLIN] Ryanair has been forced to cut its capacity in October by a further 20 per cent and may have to do the same for the rest of the winter unless European Union (EU) governments ease their...

[BRUSSELS] Leaders of Europe's coronavirus-stricken travel and tourism industries have appealed to the EU's chief executive to press governments to end quarantine requirements and instead embrace...

EVEN as the travel sector has turned moribund, entrepreneur Royston Tay sees opportunity. The co-founder of Zopim, one of Singapore's earliest startup successes, is now working on a new traveltech...

[EDEN] Devastated by recent bushfires, parts of Australia's east coast where tourists can see migrating humpback whales are seeing an unexpected surge in demand as people venture to lesser known...

[LONDON] Britain's competition regulator said TUI UK will refund customers for Covid-19 cancelled holidays by Sept 30, after it investigated consumer complaints that travel companies were dragging...

[MONTREAL] A United Nations-led aviation task force aims to make a recommendation by late October on the use of Covid-19 testing to reduce long quarantine requirements that have decimated air...

[LONDON] Thomas Cook re-emerged as an online-only travel company on Wednesday, backed by its Chinese owners, a year after the high-profile collapse of the British company left thousands stranded,...

[ISKANDAR PUTERI] The Johor state government is planning to build a 350m covered walkway for pedestrians on the Malaysian side of the Causeway, at a cost of RM30 million (S$9.9 million), a senior...

FORGET the flute of champagne before takeoff, mid-flight gin and tonics and a roaming dessert trolley after dinner. Flying business class is not what it used to be any longer.

[TOKYO] Japan is preparing to relax restrictions on attendance numbers for events including professional sports games, according to Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura.