Archive | July, 2014
Throwback Thursday: Aer Arann ATR42

Throwback Thursday: Aer Arann ATR42

Aer Arann ATR42 EI-CVR landing at Ronaldsway, 8 July 2005. Photo by joolsgriff

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Video: Are Lingus Moves into Terminal 2

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Throwback Thursday: British Airways Concorde

Throwback Thursday: British Airways Concorde

British Airways Concorde takes off from Heathrow airport in London November 7 2001. Picture by phil

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Low Fares Airline of The Week: Air Asia

Low Fares Airline of The Week: Air Asia

AirAsia is a Malaysian based low fares airline headquartered in Kuala Lumpur. An award winning airline, it is widely regarded as a pioneer of the low cost model in Asia and offers local & international flights to 100 destinations in 22 countries. AirAsia is applauded for its operating margins.  It operates with the world’s lowest unit cost of US$0.023 […]

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Video: Boeing 787 Cross Wind Testing

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10 Facts about the next generation Boeing 737 Max

10 Facts about the next generation Boeing 737 Max

The Boeing 737 is the most popular amongst low fares airlines. Here are 10 things you may not have known about the next generation Boeing 737 Max due to arrive in 2017. Fuel burn per seat will be 8 percent per-seat lower than the future competitor aircraft The 737 MAX will be powered by CFM International […]

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CEO Quote of the Week - Airbus CEO

CEO Quote of the Week – Airbus CEO

The possibility is “growing every day” that Airbus will go ahead with the so-called “A330neo”, though not necessarily at next week’s Farnborough Airshow, he told the Financial Times – Tom Enders, Airbus CEO

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Throwback Thursday: Britannia Airways Boeing 737-200

Throwback Thursday: Britannia Airways Boeing 737-200

Manchester Airport in July 1980. A pair of Britannia Airways Boeing 737-200s. Photo by Chris

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Top 5 Low Fares Airlines Stories

Each week we review the Top 5 trending news stories. Below are this weeks major updates on low fares airlines round the world. Congress Wants to Keep Norwegian Airlines’ Cheap Flights Out of America from the Daily Best Daily Beast Fans stick with Southwest despite rising fares from USA Today SpiceJet launches latest spate of […]

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Low Fares Airline of The Week: Virgin Blue

Low Fares Airline of The Week: Virgin Australia Airlines

You cannot visit Australia without flying Virgin Australia Airlines. For years the Australian flag carrier Qantas ruled the air with semi-state monopoly pricing. Just like Ireland in the 80’s, travel was regulated by government. Prices were high. Air travel was for the rich. The Ireland Dublin-London route is similar to the Melbourne Sydney route in […]

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