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Study identifies perfect air passenger

Study pinpoints ideal air passenger as a thirty something, single male. The study was done by the travel search website Skyscanner, asking questions to more than 700 international cabin crew of 85 different nationalities. It identified the best passengers as …

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Ryanair to open 50th European base

Ryanair to open 50th European base

Ryanair hits big 50 with base at Paphos. Ryanair is planning to open its 50th base in Cyprus in April which operate two aircraft on 14 routes. Ryanair is investing

Ryanair is planning to increase the cost of luggage checked in during peak periods

Ryanair to increase luggage cost

Ryanair raises peak time bag fees. Ryanair is planning to increase the cost of luggage checked in during peak periods in a bid to discourage passengers from carrying too

easyJet increased profits for 2011

easyJet profits take off

easyJet profits from business travel. A boost in the number of easyJet's business and European travellers helped easyJet report increased profits for 2011. The budget airline announced a pre-tax profit

Cancelled Qantas flights

Cancelled Qantas flights resume

Qantas ordered to resume cancelled flights after tribunal ruling. An independent tribunal in Australia has ordered a permanent end to the industrial dispute that has grounded all Qantas flights. Fair

Boeing Dreamliner first flight

Boeing Dreamliner completes first flight

The Boeing Dreamliner has finally completed its first commercial flight. Three years later than planned, Boeing's Dreamliner completed its first passenger flight with a flight from Tokyo to Hong

Fat flyers forced to buy two seats

Fat flyers forced to buy two seats

Customers of size will be forced to pay double for their flights. United States airline AirTran has become the latest airline to charge fat flyers a second seat, following

New Boeing 737 MAX

Boeing 737 replaced in 2017

New Boeing 737 deliveries are scheduled for 2017. The new Boeing 737 MAX will compete with Airbus' revamped A320neo, a similar model due to be delivered in 2015 with

hacker flights

Get a better fare with new flight search

By booking flights in one-way segments, the flight comparison site Kayak could make flying cheaper. 'Hacker fares', which allow travellers to book two one-way tickets instead of forcing them

iPads on planes

iPads replace flight manuals

United Airlines are throwing their heavy flight manuals out of the window, giving its team of pilots 11,000 iPads instead. The 680 gram device will replace 38 kilograms of

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