Agency says it has sold enough seats to fill one and a half Qantas 787 Dremliners before the first flight departs on Sunday
Qantas’s new 17-hour flights to Perth create selling opportunities, says Heather Colbourn, senior sales manager, AAT Kings
Budget carrier says behaviour ‘falls short’ of its standards
Commercial boss David Grant steps up after three years at regional airport
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission reauthorises carriers’ joint business
Cross-party group of MP gives its backing to £14bn third runway project
Terminal size would double and passenger numbers almost quadruple by 2050
The rise is equivalent to an extra £600 a year for a typical crew member, according to Unite.
Majorca-based carrier was granted an air operators’ certificate and will fly for first time on Saturday.
MD describes membership as ‘natural progression’
Search comes as carrier is due to take delivery of up to 12 new Airbus A321neo long range aircraft between 2019 and 2021
Ryanair has attacked “claims chaser” firms after winning a High Court case over flight delay compensation.
More than five million summer seats to US are made available by airline partners
Latest UK Customer Satisfaction Index places fast-growing operator top of the pile
Owner of Southend airport will not be raising offer and has withdrawn interest
Airlines face grounding aircraft and disrupting passengers due to fresh strike action across France tomorrow.