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  • British Airways to scrap free meals on its economy flights

    British Airways is soon to make passengers pay for meals on its short and medium-haul economy flights. The new penny-pinching measures come into play on 11th January for flights out of London’s two main airports. Read the article.

  • What is the minimum commercial aircraft pilot age?

    To become a commercial aircraft pilot, is there a minimum age? The answer is yes, but it's not the same everywhere. We put the question to you (video), the answer to which you will find in the article.

  • What happened to row 13?

    Have you ever got on a plane and noticed that a row of seats was missing ? For some airlines, row 13 does not exist ; an oversight perhaps ? No. Was it on purpose ? Yes, and here’s why.

  • easyJet celebrates 20 years

    To celebrate their 20 years of existence, easyJet organized a special birthday event in London, which was an opportunity take a look back at the beginnings of the British low-cost airline and find out what their ambitions are.

  • Ryanair offers a "helping hand" to traditional airlines

    At present Ryanair's priority has no ambition to embark on long-haul flights. The Irish low-cost prefers to keep its grip on the European short-haul market and change its image.

  • Eurowings intends to become Europe’s third low-cost

    On 2 November, the newly transformed Eurowings, will launch their first long-haul low-cost flights. Six destinations are offered, at the loss-leader price of € 100 one-way.

  • Ryanair’s "low-cost" publicity

    Ryanair denied on March 19th its announce made on March 16th of the launch of transatlantic flights from 14 euros. Here’s why.

  • Ryanair to launch a transatlantic low-cost

    The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair’s Board of Directors, has just approved a project to open long-haul routes between Europe and the United States ; a dozen according to our information. A loss-leader price of 14 euros, one way, has been announced. If however, the project does come to fruition, it will not be for at least another four or five years.

  • Ryanair launches new offers for business people

    Ryanair is targeting business people. The biggest European low-cost airline will probably be offering new services for group business travel within the coming weeks; notably with "flexible tickets," more expensive than conventional ones but comprising: a reserved seat, priority boarding, baggage in the hold, and of course the ability to change the date and time of the flight at no extra cost...

  • Oxford Aviation Academy: Ryan Irwin's school...

    Becoming the co- pilot of an airliner at age 20, would seem to belong to the realm of dreams for most people. Yet this is exactly what Ryan Irwin did, a young British national, who now flies regularly for Ryanair. The young pilot followed a quality training course at the Oxford Aviation Academy UK. Here’s how…

  • Ryanair takes on Ryan Irwin

    The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has just hired Ryan Irwin, and from September he will be at the controls of a 737 as a co-pilot. What makes him unique ? His age: Ryan is only 19 years old. But what does the legislation stipulate ?

  • Ryanair confirms the order !

    Ryanair has just ordered 175 Boeing B737’s. The purpose of the manoeuvre for the low-cost Irish airline: to increase by 20 million, the annual number of passengers carried - and they could well do it before the end of the year !

  • Hostesses hang up uniforms ...

    Hostesses hang up uniforms ...

  • GermanWings : the Lufthansa "low-cost"

    GermanWings : the Lufthansa "low-cost"

  • EasyJet is optimistic

    EasyJet is optimistic


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