Daily Archives: August 21, 2013

Ryanair takes top spot in Bristol airport’s tracker awards

Ryanair, Europe鈥檚 only ultra-low cost carrier (ULCC), today (20 Aug) celebrated receiving an inaugural Bristol Airport Tracker Award, which recognised outstanding flight performance by Ryanair aircraft at Bristol Airport. European Ultra-Low Cost Carrier (ULCC) Ryanair has won the top spot in Bristol Airport’s Tracker Awards. Find the details below. 21st August 2013 Ryanair was the best performing airline at Bristol …

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Turkish Airlines increases frequency in Valencia

Middle Eastern carrier Turkish Airlines has announced that it is increasing frequency to Valencia, Spain from five flights per week to seven per week on 27th October 2013. Flight schedules are as shown below. TK 1301 Istanbul-Valencia 1010-1305 DailyTK 1302 Valencia-Istanbul 1405-1850 Daily The aircraft will have a one hour turnaround in Valencia, and Turkish Airlines will offer the quickest …

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Delta ending Seattle-Osaka

by Vinay Bhaskara A Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-300ER – Image Credit: Delta Air Lines As per Airline Route, Atlanta-based full service carrier Delta Air Lines is cancelling its 4 weekly services between Seattle-Tacoma and Osaka-Kansai. The flight, which was scheduled to operate throughout the IATA Winter 2013/14 season with a Boeing 767-300ER, was started in 2010 and will now …

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Cathay Pacific July 2013 traffic results

Hong Kong based full service carrier Cathay Pacific Airways posted its consolidated (including regional arm Dragonair) traffic results for July 2013, showing an increase in passenger traffic offset by a decrease in cargo tonnage. Find the details below. 20th August 2013 Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for July 2013 that show a year-on-year …

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Working for an airline still top career choices for British kids

An independent survey of 650 children aged between six and twelve years, in the United Kingdom, shows that working for an airline is still on of the top career choices. Boys Top Jobs (in order): Footballer, Pilot, Superhero, Policeman, Teacher Girls Top Jobs (in order): Teacher, vet, nurse/doctor, air stewardess, popstar Some of the more unusual jobs that children nominated …

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