Tag Archives: Airlines

International Airlines Group could rise their prices

International Airlines Group (IAG), which brings together British Airways and Iberia Airlines, earned a gross profit of 84 million euros in 2010 and stated that the ticket prices may rise due to political instability in North Africa and Middle East. British Airways, which increased their prices last month, announced that fares may rise again. “We are following the impact of …

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U.S Airlines: Improving air safety

U.S. airlines did not have a single fatality in 2010. It was the third time in the past four years there were no deaths, enduring a dramatic tendency toward safer skies. Years without deaths have occurred sporadically since the dawn of the jet age, but never have so many occurred in so short a period, according to an analysis of …

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Flight deals

Check out this great deals and let yourself dream about this amazing destinations. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, you can’t lose this chance.

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Free Wi-Fi for national flights in the US

During the new year party Google will offers free Wi-Fi to passengers flying within the United States on Delta, AirTran and Virgin America. This offer is valid from the day before Thanksgiving until after New Year (November 20 to January 2) through mobile internet provider Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi.

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Continental United: the largest airline in the world

U.S. airlines United and Continental Airlines finally agreed to merge in a deal valued at more than 3,000 million dollars, which means the creation of the largest airline in the world. Both airlines released the first results, thanks to the demand recovery after the crisis.

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The best airlines for your pet

When you decide to take your pet with you in a flight, you must to consider the best airline option not for you, but for the one you take care of. Several airlines include pet embargoes on summer and winter time or will not allow pets to fly in cargo if the temperature on the ground is above or below …

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Infrequent flyer busted

An Australian man who accumulated over 17 million frequent flyer miles without boarding a plane has been sent to jail. Austin Perrott, from Melbourne Australia, took advantage of an online irregularity while working for Singapore Airlines as a customer service supervisor. The glitch allowed him to add a fake name to a flight’s passenger list and award miles to the …

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