Tag Archives: longhaul

News: Ryanair expands Air Europa partnership to offer long-haul flights

Ryanair has announced the extension of its flight partnership with Air Europa. From today, customers can browse and book Air Europa connecting flights from 15 European cities to Madrid and onward to 16 countries in North, Central and South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and the United States. The next phase of the Air Europa partnership will be launched ...

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News: British Airways bringing Wi-Fi to long-haul fleet

British Airways has started powering some of its long-haul aircraft with high-speed Wi-Fi, with its first three connected aircraft now in service.  The airline will connect 118 of its long-haul aircraft over the next two years.  Customers will be advised of the availability of Wi-Fi when they board a connected aircraft allowing them to browse and stream from the comfort ...

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News: Lufthansa to offer long-haul flights from Berlin for first time since 2001

Lufthansa will be stationing a long-haul aircraft in Berlin for the first time since 2001, connecting Germany’s capital with New York. Flights on this non-stop route will commence on November, 8th. Lufthansa will offer the service five times a week – every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday – using an Airbus A330-300. With this new flight, the Lufthansa Group ...

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Easyjet passengers can now fly to NEW YORK or Singapore with long-haul partnership

EasyJet passengers can now go further afield with new long haul flights. The budget airline has partnered with Norwegian Air and WestJet under the Worldwide scheme. Passengers can simply head to the EasyJet website when booking and find the new options available when flying abroad. Therefore whilst it isn’t EasyJet airline who are flying there themselves, they can choose the ...

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News: Emirates president Clark warns on rise of low-cost, long-haul carriers

Emirates president Tim Clark has warned legacy carriers that low-cost, long-haul operators are simply a “matter of time”. Speaking today at the Aviation Festival in London, the industry veteran said the development would be a “great step forward for the industry”. “We have seen what happened in short-haul with low-cost,” Clark said. “That had an explosive, nuclear effect on our ...

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