Destination features.

Toronto, one of the finest cities in Northern America.

Another of the series of destination articles for the up and coming northern summer, Toronto. Big waterfalls, a big tower, even a big heart; despite the demise of Jetsgo this is still a big destination in its own right.

Barcelona - the jewel in the Spanish Crown.

After an enforced absence, the article writing is back with a vengence. First up in a series of destination articles for the up and coming northern summer, Barcelona. Home to the 1992 olympics and now one of the premier European destinations, Barcelona is unmissable for its culture, food, UNESCO world heritage sites, medieval docks to name but a few attractions.

How to find the cheapest flights around Europe.

How several people found the cheapest flights around Europe. OK, so these people don't exist, I invented them, but would you have suspected BA was the cheapest option?

Cairns, home to the great barrier reef could be a new target for budget airlines.

Cairns in Far North Queensland could be the next big thing for budget airlines. Yet it's already a fabulous destination in its own right. Find out why.

Articles about the budget airline industry.

Toronto skyline, Canada.

Southwest is the worlds first budget airline and now one of the most profitable in the world.

Here's a look at their story and how so many other airlines have copied their model.

Many people express bemusement at how the budget airlines prices are seemingly so low.

Here's a look at tricks they pull to achieve it.

Polonia suspends all flights due to financial difficulties.

Poland's first budget airline suspends all flights due to an inability to pay rent due on plane leases. The question is - is this only the beginning?

Volare suspends all flights due to financial difficulties.

Italy's first budget airline suspends all flights as the Italian government moves in to assist.

ATA files for Chapter 11 as airlines queue up for the scraps left behind at Chicago Midway.

The continuing problems caused by the 9/11 fall out and high oil prices claims a high profile victim in the States.

What does the winter hold for Canada's budget airlines?

With lawsuits flying around, renewals of planes and a harsh winter setting in, how is the Canadian industry faring at present?