When Resti Novita Sari booked to fly from Jakarta to her hometown of Padang to visit family for holidays, airfares were 40% to 60% higher than she had paid in previous years.
Ryanair reported a 21 per cent drop in quarterly profit on Monday as price wars in several European markets drove ticket prices lower, but it stuck to its annual profit target as passengers continued to spend on onboard extras.
SriLankan Airlines, the National carrier of Sri Lanka and a member of the reputed oneworld alliance, commemorated Vasak at its home base, Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), Colombo recently.
Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) expects an increase in the number of passengers arriving and departing during Eid al-Fitr vacation, which is a peak travel time each year.
British Airways has grounded at least 40 arrivals and departures, almost all of them at Heathrow – where it cancelled more than 100 flights on Friday. At Gatwick, easyJet has so far grounded at least 10 arrivals and departures, adding to the backlog after dozens were cancelled on Friday.
Security has been deteriorating across Afghanistan, with the Taliban and Daesh fighters mounting near-daily attacks on Afghan forces, government employees and civilians.
SAS pilots in Norway, Sweden and Denmark went on strike on Friday as wage talks broke down, leading the carrier to cancel around 70 per cent of its flights, the company and mediators said.
Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) has welcomed over 4.5 million passengers during the summer months, demonstrating the airport’s popularity with travelers heading to and leaving Abu Dhabi,
You remember Christine Blasey Ford? She accused America’s SCOTUS nominee, Brett Kavanagh, of inappropriate behaviour when they were in their teens? During her testimony it was revealed that she had a fear of flying. One of the questions raised during the hearing, and one I feel was the most absurd,