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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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Video Of the Week: easyJet Innovate with Drones

This video illustrates the extent to which airlines go to constantly innovate. Here we see how easyJet are experimenting with the use of drones to assist in aircraft maintenance. Worth a watch.

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10 Interesting facts about The Worlds Largest Airline

10 Interesting facts about The Worlds Largest Airline:AA

In 2013 United Airlines merged with American Airlines to form the largest airline in the world to form the new American Airlines American Airways was developed from the acquisitions in 1930 of 82 small airlines The AA logo was designed in in 1967 by Massimo Vignelli American Airlines has a fleet of 619 aircraft; American Eagle […]

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Pan Am Boeing 747-100

Throwback Thursday: Pan Am Boeing 747-100

1967 photo by Ron Monroe

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Ryanair to resume domestic UK flights

The airline industry evolves. Its grows in some areas, contracts in others and growth is sometimes unpredictable. Thats why we love it. This week Ryanair, the low fares airline, announced a pretty important change in their long term plans. Later this year they will re-enter the domestic market in the UK  with daily flights from […]

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Low Fares Airline of The Week: Tiger Airways

Low Fares Airline of The Week: Tiger Airways

A low cost airline of the Year winner,  Tigerair, is a low-cost airline headquartered in Singapore with services to Asia, Australia, China and India from its main base at Singapore Changi Airport. Established in 2004, Tigerair is made up of 3 airlines – namely Tigerair Singapore, Tigerair Australia and Tigerair Mandalais. Tigerair has a fleet of 49 Airbus A320 […]

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Virgin Atlantic unveil new Vivienne Westwood inspired fashion

Technically, this blog is about the low fares airlines and associated industries. It’s not a fashion blog either. When Richard Branson is involved it’s hard to resist – albeit a little ‘un low fares airline’. And so to our first airline fashion piece. Last week Branson and his crew at Virgin Atlantic unveiled some very […]

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