...but travellers will have to fly more than 300 times a year to achieve much-coveted Gold status
Every Sunday I head to the gym for a long swim; I always swim 100 laps. Counting the laps keeps me focused on the task at hand, and I get the most out of my workout.
Ryanair has increased imposed a 50 per cent rise on the cost of taking luggage onto its aircraft in a move which could add as much as £80 to the cost of a holiday for a family of four.
Passengers achieved 34 minute pre-clearance in Shannon according to carrier
In North America, September ushers in a time of reduced travel. The summer is over – children are back in school and vacations from work slow considerably. As a result, airlines reduce their schedules to account for this decline in travel.
The statistics are appalling: premium ticket sales continue to fall – they were off 21.3 percent off in June 2009 compared with June 2008, according to the International Air Transport Association Premium Travel Monitor, which should have most airlines in a catatonic tailspin.
OAG has come such a long way since 1929 and here is a quick look back over our history.
As in-flight wireless internet access - so-called wi-fi - moves from being a tantalising prospect for the near future to a current reality for many travellers, the price they are willing to pay to stay connected is falling.
New York (AirGuide - Airport News) Air Arabia Air Arabia yesterday launched twice-weekly Sharjah-Medina service. Air Canada Air Canada will launch summer seasonal service to Athens and Barcelona from Toronto and Montreal next year. Subject to government approval, service will be operated...
On October 2, 2009, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will announce the host city for the 2016 Summer Olympics. On this date, the IOC will meet in Copenhagen, Denmark