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LEVEL pegging with Norwegian

Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG), expects the group’s new long-haul low-cost carrier LEVEL to grow to 30 aircraft over the next five years, while a decision on where to launch its second base imminent. Speaking  at World Routes 2017, Walsh said the airline would grow to [read more]

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Ryanair pilots to work to rule in dispute

Ryanair management have failed to respond to demands from regional pilot groups over pay and conditions and are now staging an effective “white strike” or work to rule. Representatives from Ryanair’s European pilot federation gave the ultimatum to the company in a letter (pictured) with a deadline of 22nd September. [read more]

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British Airways non-stop flights to Seychelles

Sunseekers wanting to discover paradise next year will now have even more choice as British Airways launches direct flights to the Seychelles, one of the world’s most desirable holiday destinations. From March 24th, 2018 customers will be able to fly direct from Heathrow Terminal 5 to the Seychelles, making British [read more]

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Eastern Airways flights from Cardiff Flybe bookable

Eastern Airways’ flights from Cardiff Airport are now bookable at thanks to the new five-year franchise agreement that will see Eastern flights carry Flybe flight codes from 29 October 2017. Passengers making bookings for travel on or after 29 October can now book directly via Those booking for [read more]

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Ryanair CEO gets bitter in Norwegian spat

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary has accused Norwegian Air Shuttle of not having the resources to “trade for another year“. Speaking in Dublin O’Leary confirmed that talks had ended with the rapidly growing Norwegian budget carrier. Norwegian Air Shuttle has recently entered into a deal with rival easyJet over the transfer [read more]

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Ryanair publishes cancellation list

Ryanair today confirmed that it has published the full list of flight cancellations  between 21st September and  31st October. These cancellations have been allocated where possible, to Ryanair’s bigger base airports, and routes with multiple daily frequencies so that Ryanair can offer these disrupted customers the maximum number of alternate flights and [read more]