Business travel startups are transforming the industry

Business travel is a fragmented and complex industry ripe for disruption, but barriers to entry remain high

Why business air travel is embracing personalisation

Business and leisure travellers have historically been offered the same customer service, despite their differing needs, requirements and expectations. But that could all be about to change...

Airlines bid to keep skies open after Brexit

airlines British airways plane against grey clouds

UK airline chiefs are urging the government to avoid Brexit grounding the aviation industry with a “no-deal” outcome

Five futuristic modes of transport transforming travel

Future modes of transport: elon musk hyperloop capsule high-speed transport black and white

Futuristic developments in the transport sector are transforming travel, improving journey times, passenger comfort and safety as well as safeguarding the environment

Flying taxis help business travellers escape the gridlock

Terrafugia flying taxi car in front of blurred city scape

A number of innovative small business aircraft are on the drawing board, but the future of these projects depends on investors and their propensity for risk

Brexit casts a shadow of uncertainty over UK aviation

airport lounge with British airways plane visible through window Brexit

Britain’s exit from the European Union remains up in the air as negotiations seem to have stalled, but the business travel sector is optimistic despite fears of cumbersome new impositions

Why Russia and China are forging an aircraft alliance

Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China’s C919 airliner under assembly at the group’s facility in Shanghai

Chinese and Russian commercial aircraft manufacturers have forged an alliance to take on the lucrative wide-body airliner market

The evolution of the jet

Najeeb Halaby Testing New Lockheed Jetstar

It’s been a long-haul trip of engineering and design innovation, but where is the evolution of the business jet heading?