Airline

Etihad Airways May Charge For Second Piece Of Luggage

A top official with Etihad Airways said the airline is considering charging passengers for a second piece of luggage in order to maximize revenue, as depressed yield continues to reduce airline’s profits.  Chief Executive of Etihad Airways said no decision has been made yet, but “A number of US and European airlines are charging passengers for the second piece of luggage.  I expect to see a similar move by the Gulf carriers, and we may consider such a move, why not?” 

Etihad Airways has carried more than 17 million passengers since it launched in November 2003 and now has a fleet of 52 aircraft serving 60 destinations. It announced the biggest ever commercial aviation start-up order of 29 Airbus and Boeing aircraft in 2004 and in 2008 placed orders for 205 aircraft worth over $43 billion. It’s fleet size is expected to reach 100 in five years.
 

More Airline
Big jump in international passengers for Saudi Airlines
flydubai will fly to Tashkent from 11 March 2019
New Istanbul airport starts operations
Latest Travel News
Multiple Langham Hotels named in 2020 Re...
Swiss Belhotel to open 4 new hotels in t...
Abu Dhabi and Wizz Air announce establis...
Featured Sights To See
Postal Museum

Postal Museum

Tunis, Tunisia

If you are interested in seeing history ‘represent’ itself, pay a visit to the Tunis postal museum. The place houses a collection of the most ancient stamps of Tunisia that were exchanged during communication in the olden times mostly during the 19th century. The exhibition shows a slow progression from those days to the present, when communication is much faster and uses different stamps of varyi...

Museum for Communication

Museum for Communication

Frankfurt, Germany

A very unique museum of its kind, the award-winning Museum for Communication exhibits the various kinds of communications present in today’s world and how each evolved into its current form. The importance of communication and its history is a major field of study for specialists so this museum holds special importance in the academic arena. As a practical display, old models of fax machines, phon...

La Corniche

La Corniche

Casablanca, Morocco

The Corniche is the perfect place to unwind after a day of touring the city.  It stretches from Hassan II Mosque on a crescent to the El Hank Lighthouse. You can take a leisurely stroll and enjoy uninterrupted sweep of beaches or just sit at a restaurant and spend your time relaxing and people watching. Many fast food chains also have an outlet here. This area is also preferred by those looking fo...

Cisternerne

Cisternerne

Copenhagen, Denmark

A unique museum dedicated to promote modern glass art which includes glass monuments, statues and the like. A striking feature which Forbes pointed out was its unusual place for exhibiting glass work in all of Europe. The museum has two entrances where you will be welcomed by two glass pyramids. Address: Galerie Max Seidenfaden, Pile Alle 55, 2000 Telephone: 33 21 93 10                ...