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Airlines fail to pay £4 million to passengers in compensation – are you owed money?

Holidaymakers are being warned  their wait for payouts and compensation over delayed flights could take longer to arrive than previously informed.  A recent investigation highlights some airlines have failed to pay out £4 million to passengers despite the courts ordering them to do so.  The investigation, carried out by The Sun, showed that 10,000… Daily Express :: Travel Feed

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News: Aegean ‎Airlines signs A320neo deal with Airbus

Aegean ‎Airlines, the biggest airline in Greece, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus to purchase 30 A320neo family aircraft. The deal comprises of 20 A320neos and ten A321neos. The airline will also acquire a significant number of new A320neo family aircraft from leasing companies.  Aegean currently operated a fleet of 46 Airbus aircraft (37 A320s, eight A321s and ...

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News: Cabin crew at Thomas Cook Airlines to get pay increase

Over 2,000 cabin crew at Thomas Cook Airlines will get an inflation linked 3.6 per cent pay increase from this April, following a two year pay deal negotiated by Unite. The deal is equivalent to an extra £600 a year for a typical crew member. The two-year agreement also increases cabin crew allowances, which make up a significant proportion of ...

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News: fastjet signs partnership memorandum with Mozambique Airlines

fastjet and Mozambique Airlines have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore long-term commercial cooperation. The deal outlines several areas of cooperation between the airlines which are expected to significantly enhance commercial aviation in Mozambique.  It sets out codeshare and interline agreements between the two carriers, optimised network synergies to accommodate these, and details of cooperation on comme… Breaking Travel ...

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News: Turkish Airlines completes Boeing Dreamliner order

Boeing and Turkish Airlines has finalised a firm order for 25 787-9 Dreamliners with options for five more airplanes. The firm order will allow Turkey’s flag carrier to further meet the growing demand at its home airport, Istanbul’s third airport, and improve the flying experience for passengers. With this firm order – first announced as a commitment last September – ...

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