Tag Archives: Flying

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 »

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 »

Ryanair Airline Baggage Allowance

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Use our handy guide to find out what kind of baggage allowance your airlines allows. Check our blog page for the baggage allowance stats on the top airlines in the UK; we’ve even popped links to their websites so you can read their terms and conditions for your specific ticket type. New Ryanair baggage allowances Continue Reading »

What Happens if my Flight gets Diverted?

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It can be just a little bit frustrating when you step onto a flight expecting to go to one destination, and you end up somewhere else. Flight diversions are unfortunately a part of flying, and they can cause a lot of inconvenience. However, the fact is, flights usually get diverted for good reason, and in Continue Reading »

Aurigny Baggage Allowance

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Hand Luggage For all routes except between Alderney and Southampton; Alderney and Guernsey; Guernsey and Dinard; and, for flights between the UK and Alderney, and Dinard via Guernsey: Aurigny allows 2 items of hand luggage per passenger with a maximum weight of 10kg. One piece of hand luggage must fit into the overhead locker, with the maximum dimensions of Continue Reading »