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Does Air Berlin's demise signal end of the road for budget carriers?

Air Berlin is folding up its wings, caused by falling pasxsenger numbers. Last month alone saw a dip of 25 per cent compared to July last year. 508 more words

British Airways

Joon: Basic yet chic

What’s basic yet chic? That, says Air France, is the design of the uniform for cabin crew of its new subsidiary airline, Joon. You can expect to serve flight attendants in trendy casuals that include blazers, polos, ankle pants and sneakers. 218 more words

Singapore Airlines

What do millennials want?

Air France may have struck it right in launching Joon as a “lifestyle brand” targeting millennials, designed to meet the requirements and aspirations of a young working clientele whose lifestyles revolve around digital technology. 288 more words

Air France

T-H-E lifetime discovery

After I went through the blank page syndrome not really knowing which destination to choose first, I decided to start with the best surprise I had so far and what would become my second home where I went from young adult to the almost responsible adult I am today. 387 more words

Air France

Goodbye, Air France!

Hey guys…so this will probably be the last Air France post for a long time. I am resigning from Air France. Don’t confuse this with quitting, those are two totally different things. 386 more words

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What It's Like to Fly International Business Class for the First Time

Contributor: David Bernard

There’s nothing quite like your first time sitting in a premium cabin on an airplane. Over the last two years, I’ve been lucky enough to have several enhanced flights thanks to some detective work and a little bit of luck. 1,441 more words


How I caught the travel bug

“Travelling – it leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

I love travelling, I really do. Today I want to tell you the story of how I caught the travel bug in the first place.

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