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
Abu Dhabi and Wizz Air announce establis...
Emirates touches down in Mexico City...
Air Arabia named as Middle East and Afr...
Featured Sights To See
Place Garibaldi

Place Garibaldi

Nice, France

This is another charming square built towards the end of the 18th century. Standing in the middle of the square is the statue of Joseph Garibaldi which was built in 1891. There are some wonderful restaurants and cafes located on the square as well. 1 Place Garibaldi (Rue Cassini) Tel: +33 4 93 92 82 82 Fax: +33 4 93 92 82 98  ...

What to do with Children in Tow

What to do with Children in Tow

Lisbon, Portugal

The great thing about Lisbon is that it’s full of the little things that can delight a child: the bumpy rides on the yellow trams to acting out dungeons and dragons at Castelo de Sao Jorge. In fact Lisbon is one of the most family-friendly cities around with free or half-priced tickets, small portions at restaurants and free transport for children under five. The best place to start their adventur...

Great Hall of the People

Great Hall of the People

Beijing, China

The Great Hall of the People is one of ten buildings (creatively known as the Ten Great Buildings) constructed to honor the tenth anniversary of the People’s Republic of China in 1959.  All are around today – among them the National Museum of China, the Beijing Railway Station, and the Chinese People’s Revolutionary Military Museum.  All were built in the modernist style, heavily influenced by Sov...

Complejo Cultural Teresa Carreño

Complejo Cultural Teresa Carreño

Caracas, Venezuela

Address: Parque Central The Cultural Complex of Teresa Carreño is the pinnacle of artistic expression within the city. The place contains performance spaces for all forms of art, including theatrical auditoria, exhibition halls and galleries, dance stages, concert spaces, and ballet set-ups. Every year the place attracts a large number of local and foreign performers who come delight Caraqu...