• Europe Is Getting a ‘New’ Budget Airline

    The International Airline Group (IAG) already has a ton of airlines—British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus— but they just announced a “new” budget airline in Europe, one that will start flying on July 17. You’re not crazy: that is really, really soon. Now, if this was a brand-new airline, we’d be more than a little worried […]

  • DID UNITED AIRLINES USE FLIGHT TO SEPARATE IMMIGRANT FAMILIES?

    A viral video surfaced that appeared to show United Airlines using one of its flights to separate children from their parents, after the airline requested government officials not to. Reporter Marcelino Benito looks into what is true or not. 2-WANTS-TO-KNOW 3 hours ago United Airlines flight 2094 took off from Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport on […]

  • Qatar Airways launches new flights to Malaga

    Qatar Airways launched a new flight to Malaga, Spain, in the presence of Consul of Spain Ambica Shrestha, and Country Manager Jayaprakash Nair. Country Manager Nair said, “We are truly delighted to launch direct services to Málaga, the jewel of the Costa del Sol and our third Spanish gateway. Qatar Airways’ new direct services to […]

  • Jet Airways Announces New Routes

    Jet Airways has come up with a host of discount offers on both domestic and international flight tickets. The country’s second largest airline is offering 25 per cent discount on domestic flights and up to 30 per cent off on international flight tickets. In another offer, ‘Your Next Vacation Awaits’, it is offering a discount […]

  • The Unusual and Inventive Ways Airlines Try to Save on Fuel

    In an effort to make planes lighter and save on fuel costs, airlines are taking creative approaches to cutting weight from the most seemingly inconsequential places. Earlier this year, United Airlines announced that it changed the paper of its in-flight magazine. Each issue now weighs one ounce less than it did before, which, according to […]

  • Bali flight chaos continues as more airlines cancel

    Flights to and from Bali are cancelled until at least Friday evening as the eruption of Mount Agung continues. The Volcano Observatory Notice for Aviation said a continuous emission had been observed at the volcano and was reaching a height of more than 23,000ft. The ash cloud is moving to the west south-west and there […]

  • China Rebuffs U.S. Efforts of Airlines

    Three main U.S. carriers, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, have yet to comply with a demand from China that they start referring to Taiwan as part of China on their websites and other materials. Three main U.S. carriers, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, have yet to comply with a […]

  • Airlines Welcome New Aviation Emissions Regime

    Airlines will be able to declare fossil fuels as green ‘alternative fuels’ under a new UN scheme agreed yesterday at a summit of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Montreal. ICAO has been working for some time on a mechanism to reduce carbon emissions from aviation – the fastest growing source of CO2 causing […]

  • Southwest Airlines adding 15 daily flights

    Southwest Airlines plans to add 15 daily flights at an already crowded Love Field, bringing its peak number of daily flights at the Dallas airport to 195. The move will test Southwest’s Love Field operation by forcing the carrier to squeeze extra flights out of its 18 gates which are already operating near capacity. Airlines […]

  • The United States Airlines With the Most Legroom in Economy Class

    Commercial planes are gradually becoming more and more cramped. About 20 years ago, the average seat pitch—the distance between each seat where your legs are—was around 34 to 35 inches. Now it’s closer to 30 or 31 inches. If you’re planning to fly economy and legroom is important to you, look into these airlines and […]

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