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Ryanair: Prices tighten slightly this summer | Demand at high levels

Air ticket prices will be stable or slightly higher than last summer in this year’s high season, according to Ryanair, despite the fact that demand for travel remains positive, with bookings tending to exceed last year’s levels. The low-cost carrier made these estimates while announcing a 34% increase in profits to €1.92 billion in the […]

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Aegean Airlines: healthy development by strengthening the network and focusing on people!

Aegean Airlines expects 2025 to be a record year in terms of strengthening the network, with new destinations and increasing the number of flights to existing ones, as well as providing better service, always with an emphasis on people. On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, Aegean’s management carried out a press mission to the […]

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Re-opening of London Southern Airport | Launch of 6 new flights

EasyJet has announced it will re-open its Southend base next March and launch six new routes from the southern airport. EasyJet holidays packages will be bookable from tomorrow to Pisa, Gran Canaria, Dalaman, Antalya, Marrakech and Enfidha in Tunisia for travel from 1 May. The airline used to have a base at Southend, from 2012 […]

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JetBlue: To increase profits they are stopping routes between Gatwick and Boston and New York for the winter

The US low cost carrier’s earnings have been impacted by higher operational costs and uneven demand, causing it to rationalise or cancel routes around the world. Gatwick Airport is one of the airports affected by JetBlue’s decision, as the flights they had to Boston Airport and New York’s JFK were cheaper than the profits they […]

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USA: Refunds on tickets and services from airlines

The Bidden-Haris government declares automatic refunds and compensation in cases of flight cancellation or delay. The new regulatory rule makes it easier for passengers to get refunds when airlines cancel or significantly change their flights, significantly delay checked baggage or fail to provide the extra services they bought. The final rule creates certainty for consumers […]

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RYANAIR: Bazaar of discounts up to 20% for flight bookings in May and June

Ryanair, Europe’s number 1 airline, has launched a 48-hour discount offer with 20% off flights in May and June. This limited-time offer, which will run until midnight today (15 May), offers an unbeatable selection of must-visit destinations across Ryanair’s leading network and is available to book now at Ryanair’s head of communications, Jade Kirwan, […]

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British Airways is considered an “aviation trend” regarding the summer season

British Airways and Aer Lingus owner International Airlines Group said they were in a “good position” for the summer peak, while the forecast said a first-quarter net loss fell to €4 million. EUR 87 million euro in the same period last year. IAG produced an improved operating profit of €68 million in the three months […]

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Today’s Jet2 flights to Skiathos were postponed due to bad weather

Jet2 has postponed its flights that were due to fly today (Friday, 10 May) to Skiathos for tomorrow (Saturday, 11 May) due to the strong winds and storms forecast for the island. Jet2 issued a severe weather warning for Skiathos on its website at 4.15am today. According to it, the National Weather Service has issued […]

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Jet2’s network is expanding and its capacity is constantly growing | Spain, Turkey, Greece and Croatia the main markets and Jet2holidays, as direct partners, have added 35,000 new seats for the summer of 2025 to serve customer needs while expanding their network across Spain, Turkey, Greece and Croatia from nine UK airports including the new base at Liverpool airport. Jet2holidays has brought forward the start of its summer 2025 programme from Liverpool by […]

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