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British Airways adds new German routes from London City Airport

British Airways has announced plans to expand its German network and aircraft fleet at London City Airport this summer with two new routes and an additional Embraer 190 jet. As per the plan, the British airline will launch new thrice-a-day […]

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Ryanair urges Google to enforce greater transparency following customer complaints

Irish low fares airline Ryanair has urged Google to enforce greater transparency on its online advertising following extensive complaints from Ryanair customers who have been misled into booking


UK’s air passenger charges amongst world’s highest

Travellers in the UK pay some of the world's highest taxes on flying, according to a study by UHY Hacker Young, the national accountancy group. The UK imposes Air


bmi set to boost services on UK and Europe routes

British airline bmi regional is planning to increase routes from Bristol Airport and East Midlands Airport from September 3. As part of a plan to increase services on core


Over a third of British travellers are safe bet bookers, Skyscanner

A third - over 38 percent - of British travellers considers themselves 'safe bet bookers,' according to a survey by leading travel search website Skyscanner. In trying to understand

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Europe Strikes Disrupt Flights from UK

The aviation industry was severely affected on Wednesday of this week, following a call for industrial action by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) in several European countries. Flights


easyJet Warns of Flight Disruption in Europe

easyJet, the UK based airline, has announced a warning for its passengers flying to various destinations in Europe of a possible industrial action. The airline is expecting hundreds of


Why do you always catch a cold on a plane?

Are you one of those people who always catch a cold when they've been on a long flight? It's well documented that airplane cabins are an excellent place


UK Government’s Sustainable Aviation Policy Runs into Controversy

The UK Government has recently released the First Draft of its Sustainable Framework for UK Aviation. Commenting on the report, Darren Caplan, chief executive of the Airport Operators Association

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British Travellers Regularly Pay For Excess Baggage

British travellers can easily land themselves with excess baggage charges if they do not take more care when packing for their travels, according to a survey conducted by