The UK government is talking up Brexit opportunities around the globe but at the moment it is the great unknowns that are causing concern. Among them is what happens to the UK’s participation in the EU’s open-skies arrangement, under which any European airline can fly between two points in the bloc.
Throughout the US presidential campaign, Muslims have frequently used dark humor to respond to Donald Trump's proposal to ban the entire religious group from entering the country. Now, an airline is taking one last swipe at the Republican presidential hopeful—in an attempt to sell tickets for flights to the US. "Just in case he wins…Travel to th
AS hundreds of Britons rush to book their holiday for 2016, a number of tourist destinations across Europe and North Africa have been listed as being at HIGH RISK - the latest Foreign Office advice can help you decide where to go.
The three Gulf giants – Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways – are among the most successful airlines in recent years. Financial support from their respective governments and the strategic positioning of their hubs are some of the main reasons for their rapid growth. Despite the glamorous achievements, those airlines now face pressure related to their operational issues. Emirates reported a 75% loss in revenue last year and Etihad, as reported by Forbes, is planning to improve ‘cost efficiency’ by reduction of positions in some parts of its business. Meanwhile, Qatar Airways has also given up the plans to launch its new Saudi Arabian subsidiary, Al Maha airways.
American Airlines has already reduced its capacity in Cuba and JetBlue Airways is set to do so in early May. This week, Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines said they will exit the Cuban market entirely.
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Passengers on a flight from Belgium to Spain may have (fortunately) missed the most memorable flight of their lives on Saturday after the captain decided that he wouldn’t take off with 41 unruly foreigners on board, some whom were intoxicated.
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