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OzHarvest saves untouched plane food from airlines to help local charities on the ground

ABC Online - ‎14 hours ago‎
Food untouched by passengers flying first class is coming off flights and being transported to those less fortunate in Brisbane, as part of a charity initiative to reduce food waste.
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What to expect from Canada's newest airline? Fees

The Globe and Mail - ‎18 hours ago‎
This will be the country's first real taste of the discount airline model that has become so popular in Europe, where airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet aim to squeeze every penny possible out of fliers and go so far as to put advertisements on air ...
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Ryanair shares surge as airline says it remains on track for €1.4bn surplus

Irish Times - ‎7 hours ago‎
Profits at Ryanair rose 4 per cent to €256 million in the the three months to the end of June. In contrast to rivals, the airline is not changing its forecast that profits for the current financial year will increase 12 per cent to between €1.375 ...

Airline manager suspended for alleged bribe taking

BDlive - ‎11 hours ago‎
LOOKING BETTER: CEO Inati Ntshanga of South African Express, a loss-making state-owned airline, says the airline will report a R150m operating profit for the year to March.

The world's most-loved airlines on TripAdvisor

CNN - ‎14 hours ago‎
Thai Smile Airways (413 reviews) - Rubynna was "very delighted" to receive complimentary macaroons on her flight Nickngsg found the seats "very spacious" on the route from Bangkok to Chiang Mai.

HERO'S FLIGHTMARE Afghan veteran banned from flight after airline judged his post traumatic stress disorder a risk

The Sun - ‎3 hours ago‎
A FORMER soldier has told how an airline refused to allow him to fly - after his post traumatic stress disorder was deemed to make him a risk.
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Virgin and Qantas start Wi-Fi battle in latest chapter of airline wars

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
Australia's airline wars have entered another battle ground. This time it's the Wi-Fi wars - be it tweeting over the Tasman or joining the emile-high club, the race is on.

US Airlines Running Out Of Tricks To Solve Sagging Revenue Problem

Forbes - ‎4 hours ago‎
What does Batman do when he's used all of the tools in his amazing utility belt and the bad guys are still coming at him? That's the question - or something akin to it - that airline investors are asking themselves these days as they continue to show ...
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Airline in Malaysia under probe for flying without licence

TODAYonline - ‎4 hours ago‎
“As of today, Suasa Airlines does not possess a valid ASP and therefore cannot perform a commercial air service operation.
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Malaysia Airlines may announce Boeing order this week: report

Reuters - ‎10 hours ago‎
Malaysia Airlines declined to comment on the report but the airline's Chief Executive, Peter Bellew, told the paper that the airline was talking to Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier. "News should be confirmed next week. (We are) looking at new and second ...

Profits Are Sky-High, But Airlines Keep Coming Up With New Ways to Gouge You With Fees

AlterNet - ‎8 hours ago‎
The airline industry is whistling a cheery tune these days, and it sounds suspiciously like “Happy Days Are Here Again.” With gasoline prices at a level not seen in decades, the troubled post-9/11 airline industry seems a distant memory. In its place ...
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Bad flying conditions

The Economist (blog) - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
AFTER the results of Britain's EU referendum were announced, European airlines' shares plummeted. Some, such as Ryanair, Europe's biggest budget carrier, talked about shifting their focus away from Britain.
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Airline crew member held with 2cr gold

Times of India - ‎22 hours ago‎
The police said that Muthee, who is attached to Kenyan Airlines, had arrived on a Nairobi-Mumbai direct flight. Police officials said that it appears that the gold had been smuggled by him from Kenya.

A Trump-ian approach to airline marketing and pricing

Eye For Travel - ‎4 hours ago‎
Much of the discussion at airline forums is focused on use of big data analytics. This includes new personalised offers, personalised booking paths, and personalised content.

Fort McMurray mother receives hefty airline bill despite Air Canada promise

CBC.ca - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
A woman returning to Fort McMurray for the first time since the wildfire had to pay hundreds of dollars to fly her suitcases homes even though the airline promised there would be no charge. Christina Cormier said she even had the tickets to prove that ...

Feeling gouged? How to save money on airline fees

CBC.ca - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
If Air Canada tends to be your airline of choice and you collect Aeroplan miles, you may want to consider a TD Aeroplan or CIBC Aerogold Visa Infinite credit card.
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African airlines 'should dominate continent's air space'

BDlive - ‎9 hours ago‎
THE Department of Transport says it is "looking closely" at South African Airways' (SAA's) investment in aircraft as it wants African airlines to dominate Africa's air space. SAA's procurement of aircraft has been mired in controversy in recent years ...

Things an airline pilot won't tell you

The Independent - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
I won't tell you) an airline pilot could tell you how security could be fooled or bypassed and what the weak points are.

Blue Islands boss defends airline's inter-island record

Jersey Evening Post - ‎5 hours ago‎
WORKING under the Flybe brand has not affected Blue Islands' inter-island flight services, the company's managing director has said after their new partnership faced criticism from the Economic Development Minister.
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CompaniesAmerican adds to downbeat mood for airline sector

Financial Times - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
The top US airline by traffic saw revenue and profits drop during the second quarter as new employee benefits and a ticket price war wiped out the gains it was enjoying from cheaper fuel prices.
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