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So Snr Cruz has got what he always wanted….Norwegian. Fits in well with the BA Gatwick/Vueling/Level scenario. It’s also attractive because Norwegian doesn’t employ many staff as they are employed mostly by third parties, the aircraft are leased….a great concept to buy into, and control one of your main low cost competitors.
Bravo Alex! Never thought I would say that….😀in reply to: Norwegian to Launch Gatwick – Oakland Service12 Apr 2018
The thought of BA having 11 abreast on their A380s is horrific. One of the worst experiences recently was a rare occasion of flying for 11 hours in economy on a BA A380. The large IFE boxes in the footwell makes moving your legs and feet impossible, plus the pitch awful with back of the seat in front in my face…NEVER AGAIN.in reply to: BA's 76710 Apr 2018
I can understand the normal reasons such as weather, unforeseen problems that EU261 compensation is not paid. But why do airlines get away with paying EU261 when strikes occur? If airlines had to pay strikes compensation I am sure airline industrial disputes would seldom happen!!in reply to: Lufthansa forced to cancel 800 flights April 1010 Apr 2018