US president Donald Trump has recently been in Saudi Arabia and Israel, but left the Middle East on Tuesday to make his first official visit to the Vatican.
Budget airline AirAsia plans to enter the Chinese market, by setting up a new low-cost carrier in the central eastern city of Zhengzhou.
Roll up, roll up for the mystery tour The magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away Dying to take you away – The Beatles The New York Times, one of the world’s most respectable newspapers, is offering people (rich people mainly, as it costs a staggering $6,000 per person) a Brexit tour of
A new Norwegian ship tunnel, described as the first of its kind and designed to bypass a highly dangerous area, has been included in the country’s latest national transport plan.
United Airlines announced plans today to offer passengers up to $10,000 (£7,700) to give up their seats on overbooked flights from tomorrow onwards.
Elon Musk’s Tesla now has a higher market value than Ford after its stocks surged yesterday.
Middle East airlines Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways will offer passengers flying to the US free laptops, wifi and iPads from next week in response to the US government’s electronics ban.
The parent company of British Airways (BA) has announced that it will be launching a new budget long-haul airline called Level in June.
Wright Electric, a US-based startup announced plans to make all journeys of less than 300 miles electric, and therefore zero-emissions, in the next 20 years.
Yesterday, the US department of homeland security (DHS) announced it would ban large electronic devices, including laptops, from flights coming from the Middle East and North Africa.
Today the 87th Geneva Motor Show has gotten underway.
Hyperloop One, a US-based startup aiming to make ultra-high speed land-based travel a reality, is looking to bring the technology to India.
One of the big worries for the future is that humans will destroy planet Earth, filling it up with rubbish and greenhouse gases, so that the planet is no longer habitable.
Cobham, the Dorset-based aerospace company today asked shareholders for a £500m injection — the second big cash call in just eight months.
Direct trains from London St Pancras could take passengers all the way to Frankfurt, the fifth-largest city in Germany, within three years.
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Oxford has been named the least affordable city to live in the UK.
Boeing, the aircraft, rocket and satellite manufacturer, has announced plans to open its first ever European factory in Sheffield, northern England today.
Royal Dutch Shell is set to unveil its first public filling station for hydrogen-powered cars in the UK — and the first for hydrogen cars on a UK motorway.
There’s plenty of speculation as to the future of how trains will get from one station to another.
UK commuters who travel on the underground breathe in more than eight times as much polluted air as those who drive to work, according to a study published last week.
Sydney, Australia, is top of the list for all our holiday excursion plans as the city has been revealed as top of 2016’s most reputable cities list.
Commercial spaceflight is a hot topic right now.
Can a direct freight train between China and London deliver stronger trade relations between the two countries?
Government austerity measures in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), are forcing expatriates to flee from the oil-rich region.
Biometric technology, including fingerprint and iris scans could be used to automatically charge rail customers across the UK.