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Powerful growth for the airline alliance Oneworld

In just 15 years, Oneworld has grown to become the world’s leading airline alliance. It is now even enjoying powerful growth overseas, which confirms its dominance in the market. As of 31th March, TAM and U.S. Airways are the newest member of the powerful Oneworld Partner Alliance.

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Passenger leg-room: Which airline offers you the most space?

On some airlines passengers are packed in like sardines while on others they can stretch their legs out, so how can you experience as much comfort as possible when you fly. On long-haul flights in particular the distance to the seat in front has a big influence on how comfortable your journey will be. Because the space between the rows is set by the airline itself, it’s something worth knowing.

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Etihad Regional prepares the way for route expansion

Swiss airline Etihad Regional has announced that its fleet is to be expanded with four ATR aircraft, paving the way for an increase in air routes from the airline formerly known as Darwin Airline.

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Airports of the World: Barcelona Airport

The Barcelona-El Prat airport is Spain’s second largest airport after Madrid-Barajas, which is situated near the state capital of the same name. More than 35 million air passengers annually are dealt with in Barcelona, which also makes the airport the tenth largest in Europe.

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Airports of the world: Bangkok airport

With about 53 million passengers each year the Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is by far the busiest in Thailand. It also plays an important role in the transport of goods, with about 1.3 million tons of air freight per year.

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Hairline cracks on the wings slow down the Boeing production

The US-American aircraft producer Boeing, has found hairline cracks on the wings of the Boeing 787. The terrifying discovery has slowed down the production of the 42 Boeing 787 „Dreamliners“ and draws attention to the Jumbo´s possible bounderies.

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Ryanair plans to offer flights to the USA for less than 10 pounds

As announced at an event in Ireland by Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary, travellers will soon be able to fly to New York and Boston from many European cities for ten euros (£ 8.25) on the Irish no-frills airline.

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Air France-KLM hopes to get out of the red

Times in the airline business are hard, and many airlines are feeling the pinch. Air France-KLM has also failed to get out of the red as planned. The management of the airline, however, is looking to 2014 with confidence.

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Brazil’s Largest City’s Runway Not Big Enough

São Paulo is one of the most important cities in Brazil and will soon take centre stage as the Football World Championships 2014 comes to town, however international airlines may not be able to fly to São Paulo as planned because the runway does not meet the necessary standards.

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2014 is the Year of Cheap Tickets

We at fly.co.uk and our readers have known how to get cheap tickets for a long time now. However, this year should see particularly low fares, because 2014 is the year of bargain flights.

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