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.
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.
Even if they are not very pleasing to the eye, their utility has been proven. The aviation world has long been interested in the wide variety of U.A.V. applications, and soon, easyJet will go one step further in their exploitation. During their "Innovation day" held last May, at their Luton headquarters, about thirty miles north of London, the low-cost airline announced.