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  • easyJet: controversial aftermath of diversion

    After two failed attempts to land in stormy weather at Toulouse airport on February 5th, an easyJet Airbus A320 diverted to Montpellier. The 180 passengers aboard had to make their own way back to Toulouse at their own expense, creating a controversy. Read the article to find out more.

  • 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 will airlines be like in the future?

    Compared to today’s airlines, whether its the ones that flaunt luxury or the low-cost ones that tout the lowest fare, what will typical airlines be like in the years to come? An air transport specialist, gives us some answers. Read the article.

  • First regular US-Cuba flight since 1961

    The American low-cost company jetBlue has just carried out the first regular commercial flight between the US and Cuba in 55 years. This is an historic flight that marks the beginning of a new era. Watch the ceremony and take-off video (with no commentary). Read the article.

  • Norwegian opens Paris - New York route at under 180 euros

    This summer, Norwegian, the low-cost airline will launch flights from Paris to New York, Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale. The lowest airfare is 179 euros one-way.

  • flydubai FZ 981: after the crash, a mystery remains

    72 hours after the flydubai Boeing 737 crash in Russia, killing all 55 passengers and 7 crew members, has left a mystery. The video of the crash shows the Boeing 737 dropping "like a stone" at high speed.

  • Boeing 737 crash in Russia : 62 dead

    A flydubai low-cost airline plane, on final approach from Dubai, crashed on the night of last Friday to Saturday, just before landing in southern Russia, killing all 62 people on board. Watch the video and read the article.

  • French blue: France’s first low-cost long-haul

    On 15 September, French blue will be France’s first low-cost, long-haul company, and will serve the cheap sun destinations, such as Punta Cana or Mauritius. Read the article to find out more.

  • 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.

  • Dominique Strauss-Kahn: "Current Airbus-Boeing deal is temporary"

    As part of a conference organized by APG in Morocco, on 29 October, former CEO of the IFM (International Monetary Fund) Dominique Strauss-Kahn is to deliver his analysis on the growth of air transport worldwide. aeronewstv met him to find out what his views are of the low-cost market and aviation industry in the future.

  • 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.

  • Transavia and easyJet : two "low-costs" get a facelift

    In late January, Transavia unveiled its new logo. On 6th February, to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the company, it was the turn of easyJet to present the new livery of its aircraft. The new designs of both low-cost carriers are more elaborate, have bolder lines and less flashy colours. The original identities have little impact now, so low-cost airlines are returning to more traditional marketing.

  • AirAsia : a low-cost airline like no other

    It’s more than one week after the disappearance of the AirAsia flight QZ8501, but despite various assumptions, the causes of the accident are still unknown, so let's take a brief look at this young low-cost airline that lacks nothing in comparison with other large companies.

  • Lufthansa launches long-haul low-cost flights with Eurowings

    Lufthansa has just announced that they will soon be offering low-cost long haul flights; a first for a traditional European company. From the winter of 2015, under the name of Eurowings, they will propose "leisure" destinations in the Indian Ocean, South Africa and Florida from Cologne and Bonn.


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