Early this month Ryanair announced having opened an Athens based hub for operations operating six routes across the Greece region. The low cost airline hopes the new hub will help bolster the 1.2 million passengers per year to then Greek capital, and prop up the 1200 plus jobs Athens Airport benefits from.
Beginning today in Hamburg, Germany, the Aircraft Interiors Expo showcases tomorrow’s designs today. Market leaders in design, aeronautics, and consumers line up to check out the latest in aircraft tech.
News from Bosnia and Herzegovina Airlines and Air Serbia, the two carriers are strengthening their cooperation. The Bosnian airline may be offering flights from its Serbia counterpart soon.
Gogo, a leading aircraft communications service provider, has just announced having agreed to a technical services agreement (TSA) to evaluate the company’s suite of technology solutions for Boeing’s commercial aircraft.
Zurich based SWISS is making major modifications to their European and intercontinental schedules for the 2014 summer period. According to the airline Palermo and Thessaloniki will be added to the network, while Geneva will also see new services to Corfu and Heraklion in Greece. The provider also announced service from Basel will also be expanded with seasonal flights to Ibiza, Olbiaand Palma de Mallorca.
Among the airlines now flying from different destinations to Heraklion we count Belavia, ICAR, TAROM, low cost carrier Germanwings, and Swiss International Air Lines.
An infographic by Schumacher Cargo shows some shocking cargo loads, from human remains, to breast milk, and everything else you can possibly imagine.
If you travel a lot and you’re sick of spending a ton of time getting to your gate, here are some tips to save time, provided by Protect Your Bubble.
If you think super cheap airlines have reached maximum altitude, think again. Spirit Airlines Inc. Air travel tightwad and boss of America’s cheapest passenger carrier, Ben Baldanza, is squeezing the last penny out of each customer dollar.