Ryanair launches package holidays
Ryanair has launched package holidays combining flights and staying three four and five star hotels accross Europe. The airline has partnered with tour operator Logitravel and accommodation provider World2Meet on the deal.
Norwegian launches Lapland service
This weekend, Norwegian Air started flying to Rovaniemi in Lapland for the season. It's the carriers fourth new European service to launch from the UK for winter 2016/2017
Qatar Airways to launch Dublin Service.
Qatar Airways has announced that it will start daily non stop flights between Doha and Dublin from June 2017. The Dublin route is part of a run of new routes scheduled for 2017-18. Served by a 787 Dreamliner, the flight will have 22 business class seats and 232 economy seats. Qatar has also launched flights to the costal gateway of Krabi, Thailand, becoming the first Middle Eastern airline to provide scheduled services to Krabi, providing fast and convenient access to one of the worlds most popular tourism regions.
Cathay Pacific is cutting costs by not raising senior staff salaries
Cathay Pacific Aiways, Asia's biggest international carrier, is conducting a critical review of it's business, and has announced that senior staff will not recieve any salary increase in 2017 amid a challenging environment. Non managerial staff in Hong Kong where the carrier is based, will get a two percent salary raise for next year and a discretionary bonus equivalent to a month's pay for 2016.
Etihad Airways wins 'World's Leading Airline' award for 8th consecutive year
Etihad Airways has once again collected the 'World's Leading Airline' award at the 23rd annual World Travel Award (WTA) Grand Final Gala Ceromony 2016. This marks the eighth consecutive year that the airline has received the prestigious accolade. Etihad Airways also received the award for 'Worlds Leading First Class' The airline's First Class service and hospitality offering has consistently been voted best in the world by leading publications, research consultancies and customer satisfaction surveys.
easyjet will not increase CEO's salary in 2017
easyjet has stated that its cheif executive's salary will not be increased in 2017, and will remain at £705,600. The rate compares with the typical increase to be awarded to sales, marketing and administrative employees across the group of onr percent. The carrier sad it will not be asking shareholders to vote on a new remuneration policy at the 2017 AGM, and believes the overall remuneration structure continues to be appropriate.