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Qatar Airways Launches In-flights Double beds

-The Qsuite allows passengers to recline two middle seats into a flatbed, with partition panels for privacy -New feature is being trialed on a 777 service from Heathrow but could be rolled out to Paris and New York -Four passengers are also able to transform their seats to form a private area,

The Best U.S Domestic Airlines For Elite Travelers

New rankings from The Points Guy, a website dedicated to airline, hotel and credit card points, suggest that Alaska Airlines may have the best loyalty program for ultra-frequent travelers. Frequent flyers that earn elite status (or traveling at least 25,000 miles each year) with an airline are often awarded valuable perks to

Ryanair publishes full list of cancellations

Ryanair has published full details of which of its flights are being cancelled between now and 28 October. Chief Executive Mr. Michael O'Leary  said that customers whose flights have been axed will also receive an email. The budget airline is cancelling 40-50 flights every day for the next six weeks after

Finally, Lagos International Airport Gets Certified

Nigeria’s International Airport known as  Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, has been certified by the  Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Making the airport the first to be certified, out of the 22 airports managed by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria. Director -General of NCCA Presented the certificate to The Managing

Airlines observe Flights Operations As ULC Commence strike

Lagos Nigeria,  Aviation unions had shunned the directives to shut down the Nigerian airspace as the United Labour Congres begins a nationwide strike. The union comprise of the Association of Nigerian Aviation Professionals, Aeronautical Information Services Association of Nigeria and the National Association of Air Traffic Engineers. Report has it that the unions had

Passengers Left stranded In New Zealand Largest Airport.

Thousands of airline passengers were stranded in Auckland on Monday after a burst pipeline cut jet fuel supplies to New Zealand's largest airport. The damaged pipeline is Auckland Airport's only source of jet fuel. The disruption is expected to last at least a week as work continues to repair the pipe,

Why British Airways flight Was held at Paris airport

A British Airways flight was evacuated at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris on Sunday amid security concerns.   Paris (CNN) - A British Airways flight was briefly grounded in Paris early Sunday, with passengers deplaned amid security concerns, French authorities said. Flight BA303 was due to take off from Charles de Gaulle Airport at