Cabin Crew Ignores Passenger Who Stripped on 10-Hour Flight

Cabin Crew Ignores Passenger Who Stripped on 10-Hour Flight

An unidentified Air France passenger has gone viral after removing his pants, shoes and socks on a 10-plus-hour flight from Paris to Los Angeles earlier this week. Lizzie Thompson documented the man’s bizarre exploits on Twitter, garnering thousands of comments and retweets…

Passenger Says American Airlines Has No Record of Him Flying

Passenger Says American Airlines Has No Record of Him Flying

Steve Homen, like any traveler, wasn’t happy when American Airlines canceled the return leg home of his flight. However, the reason why this happened was so bizarre and disturbing that it raises some questions on safety and security by Homen. Homen booked…

British Airways debuts Boeing 747 painted in BOAC livery

British Airways debuts Boeing 747 painted in BOAC livery

Crowds gathered at Heathrow earlier to watch the much-anticipated arrival of a British Airways Boeing 747 painted in the design of its predecessor British Overseas Airways Corporation. The aircraft entered the IAC paint bay at Dublin Airport on February 5th where it…

Wizz Air set to be hit by strike action at Luton Airport

Wizz Air set to be hit by strike action at Luton Airport

Baggage handlers and check-in staff employed by GH London Ground Handling Services at Luton Airport have voted for strike action. The decision was taken in response to the company’s decision to impose a pay freeze on staff. A week-long strike will commence…

Careem launches rewards programme for its 33m users

Careem launches rewards programme for its 33m users

Dubai-based ride-hailing app Careem has launched rewards programme Careem Rewards for its 33 million users. The programme, which has already been activated, offers users points on all rides paid by cash, card, or invoice across all countries in which Careem operates. “We…

Dubai’s Aramex confirms talks to offload Indian services

Dubai’s Aramex confirms talks to offload Indian services

Dubai-based logistics company Aramex on Monday confirmed reports that it is discussing a strategic commercial partnership with Dehlivery to restructure its operations in India. Aramex said in a statement to Dubai Financial Market that it will offload its domestic express services in…

Brexit blamed for British airline’s collapse

Brexit blamed for British airline’s collapse

The collapse of British regional airline Flybmi over higher fuel prices and Brexit uncertainty has forced stranded passengers across Europe to fend for themselves, without the prospect of help from the UK government. UK student Mary Ward was in Brussels waiting for…

India resumes flights to Iraq after 30-year gap

India resumes flights to Iraq after 30-year gap

Air India on Thursday resumed flights to Iraq after a 30-year gap, when a plane carrying Shiite pilgrims landed in the city of Najaf. “This is the first time in the last 30 years” that a plane has come from India to…