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IATA file Submissions to support Jet2.com in their Appeal against Mr Huzar Posted on October, 21 2014 by

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that they will be supporting Jet2.com in the battle against Mr Ron Huzar. The case has been ongoing for over 3 years, as Mr H..
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British Airways: Voted As The Best Airline With The Best Website Posted on September, 8 2014 by

British Airways is considered as Britain’s favourite airline for more reasons than one. The airline guarantees a dedicated service along with exceptional comfort and style to passengers on..
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Coping with Flight Delays and Cancellations Posted on September, 5 2014 by

Travelling abroad is hard enough when everything goes according to plan, but when an unexpected flight delay or cancellation occurs it can be a terribly stressful experience. Flight delays a..
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Passenger Rights and Reduced Mobility Rights Posted on August, 28 2014 by

Passengers who require special assistance when travelling abroad have had to go to great lengths to receive the care that they need and in the past, many of these passengers have been discri..
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Widespread Fear After This Year’s Plane Crashes And Disappearances Posted on August, 28 2014 by

2014 has been an awful year for air travel, with the disappearance of Malaysia Airways flight MH370 as well as the three fatal plane crashes that occurred last month many people have been pu..
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Severe Turbulence Fractures A Ryanair Cabin Crew Member’s Pelvis Posted on August, 28 2014 by

A number of new safety recommendations have been set after a cabin crew member sustained a serious injury as a result of severe turbulence on board a Ryan air flight. The severe turbulence c..
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More Baggage Chaos At Gatwick Airport Posted on August, 27 2014 by

On 30th July 2014, Gatwick Airport made an announcement to warn passengers about the expected baggage chaos that would last for the duration of the weekend (01/08/14 – 03/08/14. During the..
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Flights Over European Airspace Have Been Warned About Another Icelandic Volcanic Eruption Posted on August, 27 2014 by

When the Icelandic volcano ‘Eyjafjallajokull’ erupted back in 2010, approximately 10 million people had no option but to stay where they were as airlines were not operating. This led to ..
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Punctuality From UK Airports Have Been Recorded As The Best In 10 Years Posted on August, 26 2014 by

Punctuality from UK airports has reached an all time high since records began back in 1992. In July 2014, the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) released figures that showed that 84% of schedule..
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An Early End To The French Air Traffic Control Strike Posted on July, 25 2014 by

The French air traffic control strike came to an early end on Wednesday 25th June 2014. The strike of the Unsa-ICNA union was planned to run from Tuesday 24th up until the 30th June because ..
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