In today’s cocktail of news items from the world of aviation we start off with British Airways. This flag carrier of the United Kingdom extends two popular routes from London City to year-round services. The services in question are London – Palma and London – Ibiza.
The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair opens new base at Maastricht Airport in winter 2012. The carrier plans to offer 14 routes from its new base. Among them are Maastricht – Bari, Maastricht – Alicante or Maastricht – Faro.
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If you happen to fly with the Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air, we bet you want to know about the changes to the baggage policy of this airline. Wizz Air is about to introduce a new set of rules for cabin baggage allowance.
The new rules applies to flights Katowice – London and London – Katowice booked after July 9 scheduled for travel from August 1 on. If you are going to travel in this period but have already booked your ticket, the changes do not apply to you.
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We start off the week by reporting two hottest recent events in the low-cost airlines industry: Ryanair’s approach to take over Aer Lingus and the redesigned Wizz Air.
Ryanair, the biggest European low-cost airline apparently is not big enough as it recently made another attempt at buying its biggest Irish rival – Aer Lingus. This is not the first attempt on the part of Ryanair to take over Aer Lingus. The previous one was blocked by EU in 2006. Ryanair owes 29% stake in Aer Lingus.
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If you are about to fly, book or check-in with Wizz Air or use their website for some other purpose, you had better read this.
This Hungarian low-cost airline has scheduled planned website maintenance. Consequently some of services will not be available June 23 – 24, 2012. The exact times are as follows:
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Even though European airlines were quick to react to the collapse of the Hungarian Malev, it seems as though they have not managed to fill the gap.
As as result of the decrease in traffic and financial losses, the company operating Budapest Airport announced that Terminal 1 would be closed down temporarily. This will also imply postponement of the Cargo City project and redundancies among staff.
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Are you among travellers flying with low-cost airlines to or from Bucharest? Well, a big change is around the corner. It turns out Airport Baneasa will be closed and now the airlines are bracing for move to Bucharest Airport (OTP).
This change will mainly affect the passengers of low-cost airlines such as Germanwing, Wizz Air and Blue Air. Both Wizz Air and Blue Air announced they would start operating from Otopeni Airport as of March 25, 2012.
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We hasten to report that you are in for big savings due to the current sales from two well-known low-cost airlines – Wizz Air and Aer Lingus. We start off with Wizz Air.
This Hungarian low-budget carrier has cut fares by as much as %20. The best thing is that it concerns all flights and all destinations. So whether you fancy a trip from London to Budapest, or you are more into Prague – Barcelona flights, you will keep more money in your wallet. Book today only.
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Hi flyers. How about we end this week with a solid dose of aviation news? Let us go through new developments from both low-cost airlines and traditional carriers and stay up to date.
Air France has recently extended its route-network with as many as 13 new services. Apart from the new Nantes – Brussels and Nantes – Düsseldorf routes, this French carrier extended the offer from Marseilles. Passengers from Marseilles Airport can now fly to e.g. Athens, Basel, Copenhagen or Milan Malpensa.
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In today’s post, we help you keep your finger on the pulse of the world of aviation – new routes and services from both low-cost airlines and traditional carriers. We start off with a popular Italian carrier.
A low-cost subsidiary of Alitalia – Air One launched several new routes in the last couple of days. The first new route, Pisa – Prague operates three times weekly, whereas the second one Milan – Athens and the third one Milan – Prague both operate daily.
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Hi flyers and aviation enthusiasts. Let us find out how things are shaping up in the world of aviation – in today’s highlights a handful of new routes from traditional carriers as well as low-cost airlines.
We begin with Brussels Airlines. This popular Belgian carrier strengthened its African network by adding a new route from Brussels to Bamako, the capital of Mali in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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