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Jetstar cancels more than 100 flights in preparation for the strike

Jetstar cancels more than 100 flights in preparation for the strike

Jetstar is facing strikes from several employee groups that will delay and cancel many flights. The airline has already canceled more than 100 scheduled for the upcoming weekend. Jetstar cancels more than 100 flights Jetstar, a subsidiary of Qantas, is facing strikes from Jetstar pilots who are members of the Australian Federation of Air Pilots. […]

Posted on December 11, 2019 by in Low Cost Airlines, Travel Deals, Travel News

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EasyJet to become the world’s first airline to operate carbon neutral flights

EasyJet to become the world’s first airline to operate carbon neutral flights

EasyJet has become the world’s first major airline to offset all carbon emissions given off by its flights. This will be a first attempt from a major airline to become the world’s first carbon-neutral airline. The first airline to operate carbon neutral flights A carbon offset is a reduction in emissions of carbon dioxide to […]

Posted on November 22, 2019 by in British Airways (BA), Low Cost Airlines, Travel Deals, Travel News

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WOW Air and Joon in trouble, Norwegian hanging in there, oneworld the clique to be in, AMEX burns more cash in London and Charlotte and Orbitz Rewards Platinum Makeover

WOW Air and Joon in trouble, Norwegian hanging in there, oneworld the clique to be in, AMEX burns more cash in London and Charlotte and Orbitz Rewards Platinum Makeover

– I wouldn’t bet on WOW Air’s survival (though I hope for it) – so please watch your bookings, now Indigo Partners has declared interest after IcelandAir retracted their low-ball bid – another low cost airline – Joon – may be shut down soon as well – Norwegian is shuffling routes by adding Rio de […]

Posted on December 5, 2018 by in Cheap flights

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How to properly handle a mistake fare (and delays) for consumers and airlines alike, Ethiopian going big in Africa!

How to properly handle a mistake fare (and delays) for consumers and airlines alike, Ethiopian going big in Africa!

– British Airways is cancelling a ‘mistake fare’ from London to Tel Aviv and Dubai that was so expensive we never sent out deal alerts to subscribers British Airways has had fares around $300 Round Trip for both destinations for a few days. Given the competition in Europe this isn’t a great fare to begin […]

Posted on June 21, 2018 by in British Airways (BA)

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Is it time to stop flying AirAsia?

Is it time to stop flying AirAsia?

I have been flying Air Asia for half a decade and saw it grow from a small operation in a tiny cargo terminal to what is now Asia’s biggest airline. Out of about two dozen flights, almost all were positive and I liked the airline’s commitment to simplicity, low cost, and punctuality. I also liked […]

Posted on March 14, 2018 by in AirAsia

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freak hailstorm damages Atlas Global jet in Istanbul, awesome Qatar fares from South/ East Africa to the US and China

freak hailstorm damages Atlas Global jet in Istanbul, awesome Qatar fares from South/ East Africa to the US and China

– a rough (and rare) summer hailstorms damaged this Atlas Global plane real bad – Istanbul airport was closed right after and the plane made a successful emergency landing – Qatar Airways has Business Class fares from South Africa to many US airports (incl. Los Angeles) for $2,068 Round Trip – a great deal to […]

Posted on July 29, 2017 by in Qatar Airways

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