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Airport & Airline

Air Malta introduces GO-LIGHT

Air Malta Go-ligh launch
In line with its growth strategy Air Malta has introduced a new range of prices under the GO-LIGHT brand. Fares will be available from €39 one-way including all taxes.
The new product range includes a new product – Go Light, a hand luggage only one-way starting from just €39. This type of fare, which is the first step Air Malta is taking to become a hybrid airline, gives guests the opportunity to travel on a low fare without having to sacrifice the level of service expected from a traditional airline.


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Eurowings and Verdi agree collective agreement for ‘growth’

Eurowings CEO Beissel “We’re continuing on our course as Europe’s fastest growing airline.”
Eurowings and trade union Verdi have reached a collective agreement for ‘growth’. A week ago, Eurowings concluded a collective agreement for growth with cabin crew union UFO. Verdi and UFO are the stakeholders of cabin crew staff at Eurowings.


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Aircraft charter expected to be crucial to World Cup logistics next year

Group Director of ACS’s Commercial Jets division, Matthew Purton
Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, says that aircraft charters will be an essential part of logistics for the FIFA World Cup in Russia next year.


Group Director of ACS’s Commercial Jets division, Matthew Purton, commented: “The 2018 championship in Russia throws up a variety of problems with regards to getting people around.


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Seychelles welcomes British Airways back next year

British Airways  aircraft inflight
British Airways has announced that it will be resuming scheduled flights to Seychelles as from March 2018.
The United Kingdom’s flag carrier, also one of the world’s leading scheduled international passenger airlines, will launch direct flights to Seychelles as of March 24, 2018.


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