Low-cost carrier easyJet has revealed a 21.5 per cent increase in annual pre-tax profits, as rising passenger numbers drive up figures. Luton-based easyJet saw profits rise to £581 million for the year ended September 31st, up from £478 million for 2013. An increase of seven per cent also saw the carrier welcome 64.8 million passengers.
Etihad Airways has presented the England Cricket team with their personal Etihad Guest Gold cards, giving the players exclusive benefits and rewards from the airline’s award-winning loyalty program. The Abu Dhabi-based airline, official airline partner of the England and Wales Cricket Board, gave captain Alastair Cook and the England players the coveted Gold cards before…
TAP Portugal and Brazilian GOL – Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes, the largest low cost airline in Latin America, have agreed on an operational codeshare partnership, which will provide greater convenience for those looking to travel from Europe to a number of different destinations in Brazil. This will result in improved services to customers of both companies.
Qantas has unveiled details of its new in-flight dining offering, which is set to re-define the travel experience for international Economy customers when it rolls out across the network from next week. Customers will enjoy a wider choice of meals, fifty per cent larger servings and faster service.
The Kyoto Convention & Visitors Bureau has welcomed the announcement of a new international flights between Kyoto and the US and Canada. Japan Airlines recently announced its expansion plans include the addition of a non-stop daily flight between Los Angeles and Kansai International Airport, which will start in March 2015.
Airbus Group NV will build five new Beluga transport planes based on its A330 widebody jet as the European plane maker seeks to secure its ability to meet increasing production demands.