EMIRATES AND FLYDUBAI TOGETHER
Emirates and FlyDubai have joined forces. Both companies will continue to run independently, but will use their destination networks to increase their operational capabilities. But partnership is not just about code-sharing. Airlines will also cooperate on flight planning. FlyDubai customers will be able to make full use of the Emirates global network and vice versa, Emirates clients will get to the FlyDubai regional network more easily. At Dubai airport, both companies are also planning to connect their systems and operations.
AIRBUSES A350-900 MUST REGULARLY RESET SYSTEM
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus warned airlines operating their A350-900 machines to periodically reset the electrical system in their aircraft. Otherwise, there may be false warnings of malfunctions or even
A WINDOW WRAPPED IN TAPE
An unpleasant surprise was awaiting passengers returning from holidays in Mallorca in July with Travel Service. One of the windows in the aircraft was covered with adhesive tape. However, as
JETSTAR INCREASES LUGGAGE CHARGES
Australian low-cost airline Jetstar increases luggage charges on domestic flights. If you arrive at an airport check-in with your luggage without letting the airlines know in advance, you will pay