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Government tells airlines to get greener

Airlines are being urged by the government to improve their environmental footprints.

EasyJet may cancel some routes

The head of easyJet has warned it might axe some of its routes.

Government cutbacks lead to higher bus fares

Cutbacks in government spending are resulting in higher bus fares, transport bosses told MPs.

Jetstar, Qantas certified carbon-neutral

Two Australian airlines are officially carbon neutral.

Singapore puts new Tokyo A380 service on hold

Singapore Airlines is the latest carrier to change plans amidst fears over the worsening nuclear crisis in Japan.

Irish govt scrapping air tax

The UK government is being urged to follow Ireland’s example and abolish APD.

Qantas staff prepared for strike

Qantas faces another round of industrial action as a key union ballots staff on strikes

Tunisia tourism continues as usual for UK agencies

Tunisian tourism is continuing as usual for British travel firms.

Whitbread inks deals for new hotels at Gatwick and Heathrow

London’s top airports are to get Premier Inns offering more than 1,000 rooms in total.

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