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How the Role of Cabin Crew has Changed Over the Years

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Back in the 1930’s when commercial flying took off, it was only the rich and famous taking to the skies looking for adventure, this pastime being exclusively for the wealthy. Then came the Package Holiday revolution of the 50s and 60s. Some of us recall our parents suddenly taking themselves off to sunnier climes on Continue Reading »

Airline Flight Ticket Release Dates

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There is no hard and fast rule regarding the best time to book your flights. Prices can go up and down at a moment’s notice. As with most things money related, those people responsible for helping us part with our hard earned cash will want to get the most out of us for the service Continue Reading »

Tips for Getting Seats Together on a Plane

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Gone are the days when we paid a ‘one-off’ fee for a package holiday, packed our bags, headed off to the airport and boarded the plane with our families having been allocated a row of seats all together. Life at the check-in desk has become far more complicated for passengers, although the airline doesn’t want Continue Reading »

Why We Are Asked to Do Certain Things on Flights

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Most of us now take flying for granted in the same way that our grandparents took a bus or a train. We board with a whole list of dos and don’ts thrown at us without necessarily understanding the reasons behind them. As we fly more and more frequently, many of us possibly become ambivalent towards Continue Reading »

Most Comfortable Airlines to Fly Long Haul in Economy Class

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If you are planning to fly long haul in economy class, there are a few things to look out for to make your journey more comfortable. Facilities among airlines do vary, so decide what is important to you and do your research before booking. Things to consider when choosing your economy airline for long haul Seat width Continue Reading »