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Captain Jetson USA defeats Covid 19 blues

By Captain spotter, Tue 12th May, 2020 at 14:06
How an ex-cabin crew member has followed a new course....
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Denise dons vintage BA uniform to celebrate the airline’s 40th anniversary

By, Fri 4th Apr, 2014 at 12:55
Celebrations for British Airways’ 40th anniversary got under way this week with TV personality Denise Van Outen has stepping into a vintage Hardy Amies 1974 air hostess uniform – looking amazing!
The airline, which charts its history back to 1919, became British Airways in April 1974 following the merger of BOAC and BEA.

Denise, who also turns 40 this year, enjoyed recreating the glamorous
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Mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

By, Mon 10th Mar, 2014 at 09:32
Malaysia's civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman has said the fate of a missing Malaysia Airlines jet remains "a mystery". Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished from radar on Friday 7 March, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, with 239 people on board.
According to the latest BBC report, officials have not ruled out hijacking as a cause of the plane's disappearance.

Malaysia has also said it was sending ships to investigate a "yellow object" spotted floating in Vietnamese waters.
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Fatality free Qantas tops ‘safest airline’ list from

By, Mon 13th Jan, 2014 at 11:46, the safety and product rating website, has used its data to find Qantas the safest airline in 2013, out of the 448 airlines it monitors. Qantas has a fatality free record in the jet era - since 1951.
The rating system takes into account a number of different factors related to audits from aviation’s governing bodies and lead associations as well as government audits and the airline’s fatality record.
In all, ten airlines received seven
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British Airways prepares for Christmas take-off

By, Fri 20th Dec, 2013 at 11:52
Today, Friday December 20, 2013, will see a peak of more than 115,000 customers getting away for the Christmas break across British Airways’ network, the airline has calculated.
And the busiest day for people returning home is Friday, January 3 when nearly 102,000 people will be flying with the airline.

Cabin crew host mid-air Christmas dinner!

On Christmas day British Airways
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Executive pods, touchscreens & massage headrests - Air Cananda's Dreamliner is revealed

By, Mon 9th Dec, 2013 at 11:29
Air Canada has revealed its new international cabin design and seating that will be featured on its Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet. Beginning in July 2014, the first Air Canada route to be operated with 787 Dreamliner aircraft featuring the new cabin interior and amenities will be the carrier's Toronto-Tel Aviv route.
The airline will take delivery of the first of 37 Boeing 787 aircraft in the spring of 2014 and will provide three cabins of service on board. There's a brand new contemporary decor and comfortable ergonomic seating that features 180-degree lie-flat
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easyjet new routes will create 200 cabin crew jobs

By, Tue 19th Nov, 2013 at 11:59
easyJet says it will create 200 pilot and cabin crew jobs, needed when it launches new routes to Brussels and Strasbourg from Gatwick Airport next year.
easyJet flights to Brussels and Strasbourg will start on 30 March after the firm bought slots at the airport from Flybe.

According to the latest
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Flybe plans to cut another 500 jobs

By, Tue 12th Nov, 2013 at 15:17
Flybe's new chief executive will cut another 500 jobs, the number of aircraft it flies and its route network as part of a major overhaul to ensure long term stability. The plans won immediate plaudits from the City but have annoyed the unions.
Flybe’s shares went up 40%on the news, rising 27.63 to 95.75p, as Saad Hammad set out his plans. The carrier has been a public company for three years but there have been several
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Emirates aims to carry 70 million passengers a year by 2020

By, Tue 29th Oct, 2013 at 09:13
Fast-growing Emirates has said that it expects to fly 70 million passengers in 2020, which will make it the largest airline on the planet in terms of international passenger traffic.
Together with its partners in Dubai the airline is already progressing on plans to ensure the right infrastructure is in place to support and capitalise on this growth and that the right
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Thomas Cook’s new ‘sunny heart’ logo will modernise brand

By, Mon 28th Oct, 2013 at 10:12
Holiday airline Thomas Cook has revealed its new logo and strapline this month (October 2013), which management hope will make the brand ‘more relevant to more people in the modern age of travel’.
The image of a ‘sunny heart’ will begin to appear online and in its retail shops from 1 October and will be introduced across Thomas Cook’s airline, hotels and resort properties and internally over the coming months.

As part of its
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