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According to this Blooomberg article – Norwegian Air Gains as Lufthansa CEO Says He’s Mulling Bid …
Willie Walsh said on May 18 that the Nordic carrier wasn’t a must-have target and that no developments were likely anytime soon.
Or, as Norwegians might say, “Kjekt å ha”.in reply to: Lufthansa bid for Norwegian19 Jun 2018
MartynSinclair, there is a huge difference between “having a difference of opinion” and bullying.
You are a very long-standing contributor to BT, so I know you know what that difference look like; VintageKrug anyone?
Positive contributions notwithstanding, it is utterly unacceptable for certain participants to feel they can browbeat others with impunity.
Time for BT to accept responsibility for contributors who thrive on malign behaviour.13 Jun 2018
FDOS_UK, the topic was “First World Problems”, of which this was a particular instance.
It was not specifically about Wifi, but rather an invitation to rferguson/handbag to regale us with similar tales from their own experiences – which they have very kindly done.12 Jun 2018
Rob (Head for Points) has frequent postings where he addresses the value of Avios.
You can check out his most recent here:- You can now use Avios to pay for BA seat reservations – but is it a good deal?in reply to: The value of Avios.13 May 2018
Actually FDOS_UK, Rob (HeadForPoints) did offer his usual excellent and serious analysis here …
… but today he has provided an update …
Ultimately it was quite likely a cockup rather than something sinister.in reply to: Restriction on First Avios Reward Flights3 Apr 2018
Bullfrog, according to this reply from the official EasyJet Twitter account one is absolutely entitled to use the return ticket even the outbound sector hasn’t be flown.
This makes perfect sense given that EasyJet operates a point-to-point network where every sector is treated as an individual journey.in reply to: EasyJet return flight …21 Mar 2018
Hi Stormin, many thanks for your advice.
It was actually today I was flying, so my choice is now a matter of history.
In the end I plumped for Club Aspire, on the basis that I have been a very frequent visitor to the No 1 Lounge at Gatwick, and thought I would ring the changes.
I entered the lounge around midday, and it wasn’t busy at all. The food was perfectly palatable and the staff were friendly. So all-in-all it worked out fine.
Cheers!in reply to: LHR T3 Lounge advice – Club Aspire or No 1 Lounge?6 Mar 2018