Airlines change policies in reaction to United’s overbooking fiasco!

delta overbooking policy change

In a swift move, airlines are making reactive policy changes in the aftermath of the United overbooking debacle. Delta has changed its compensation policy in relation to overbooked flights. Previously they offered between $800-$1350 at the max end of their compensation, which has now been amended to between $2000-$9950. Whilst Delta has a great run […]

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Frequent flyers: Laptop ban could leave you at a loose end when travelling.

laptop ban on planes

  Earlier this week it was leaked that the US authorities are going to require airlines from eight nations to ban passengers from having any electronic device larger than a cellphone on to the plane. The ban affects ten airpots, including: Cairo International, Egypt Dubai international, UAE Abu Dhabi international, UAE Kuwait International, Kuwait Mohammaed V, […]

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An eco-friendly runway? Heathrow says it’s possible!

Heathrow is planning to make a new runway that will completely carbon neutral. In an effort to making the airport more environmentally friendly, Heathrow’s boss John Holland-Kay, has put together the Heathrow 2.0 strategy which aims to minimise aircraft noise and pollution and implement a third runway that doesn’t have massive environmental impacts. They’ve committed […]

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