YO! Sushi founder Simon Woodroffe's hotel brand Yotel has bagged private equity backing for its international expansion plans.
Starwood Capital is set to take a 30 per cent stake in the business in.. City A.M.
Shares in Norwegian were off to a flier today, after the news late Friday that its British subsidiary had been given the go-ahead to operate flights to the US.
Shares in the airline rose as much as.. City A.M.
Thousands more jobs are set to be created in the UK's air travel indsutry after Norwegian Air was given permission to run Atlantic flights.
US authorities have approved the airline's bid to operate.. City A.M.
Ryanair sought to offer customers greater clarity over a raft of upcoming cancelled flights with a list of those affected until Wednesday.
The airline has admitted it "messed up" the planning of.. City A.M.
Malta’s capital Valletta is a city of surprises. This boutique destination has to be one of the last undiscovered gems of the Mediterranean, offering a unique blend of culture, history and natural.. City A.M.
Gatwick boss Stewart Wingate said yesterday he was confident that aviation was a top Brexit priority for the Department for Transport (DfT), but warned time was ticking and certainty was needed for the.. City A.M.
Budget airline EasyJet has unveiled a new platform to let customers book long-haul flights on other airlines.
EasyJet has partnered with Norwegian and WestJet for its so-called Worldwide by.. City A.M.
Kerry Katona has moved on from George Kay [Wenn] Katie Price’s pal looked delighted when she greeted comedian James English at Gatwick Airport. In pictures obtained by MailOnline, Kerry Katona was.. OK!
London airports had a sunny summer period, as both Heathrow and Stansted announced today they had a record month of August.
Britain's busiest airport recorded 7.5m passengers for the summer month,.. City A.M.
Celebrities often seem to enjoy luxury, problem-free travel. But singer Paloma Faith has publicly dispelled that myth, this month - after branding Gatwick Airport 'the worst that ever existed'. MailOnline