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EasyJet to hire more than 1,000 cabin crew staff

EasyJet plans to hire more than 1,000 staff in the largest cabin crew recruitment drive in its 21-year history.Over 1,200 men and women will be given permanent and fixed-term positions at the budget airline.This will increase its total number of… Continue Reading →

STARS SHOW OFF SAFETY IN NEW BRITISH AIRWAYS VIDEO

A team of top celebrities including Gordon Ramsay, Rob Brydon, Sir Ian McKellen and Thandie Newton make appearances in British Airways’ entertaining new pre-flight safety video, which launches in September.The new film features some of Britain’s best-loved personalities and has… Continue Reading →

The 13 Airlines who operate Airbus 380..!

The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner manufactured by the European aircraft companyAirbus. It is the world’s largest passenger airliner, and the airports at which it operates have upgraded facilities to accommodate it. It was initially named… Continue Reading →

Two injured as British Airways 777 catches fire at Las Vegas .. !

A British Airways jet has caught fire at Las Vegas airport, sending smoke billowing into the air, after suffering what the pilot described as a “catastrophic failure” of the left engine. The plane – a Boeing 777 heading from the US… Continue Reading →

The most stylish cabin crew around the globe ..!!

Jetline Marvel has brought some of the stylish cabin crew around the globe. Cabin crew plays a prominent role in the airlines besides the pilots, playing a key role in customer relations of the airline company. Hence Airline companies gives a high priority and… Continue Reading →

The big British Airways coin art

British Airways has created what is believed to be the world’s biggest piece of money art*, using a combination of ten, five, two and one penny coins to celebrate the great value fares on offer on flights and holidays across… Continue Reading →

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