Governments across the globe prepare for the economic impact of the coronavirus as the UK and US announce unprecedented financial measures to ease financial pressure on businesses and the public. And with social distancing remaining in place in many countries, some people are finding creative ways to stay connected.
Etiquette experts share faux pas to avoid while travelling through an airport.
In a video, the man repeatedly jabs at the back of the seat. On Twitter, a debate ensued about airplane etiquette.
The spill damaged equipment, producing an electrical burning smell and smoke, an accident report revealed.
A second round of pilot strikes is planned between September 2-4.
The airline says it is looking into the “highly concerning” incident.
British Airline Flybmi Goes Into Administration After Being 'Seriously Affected' By Uncertainty Over Brexit
All flights have been cancelled with effect from today.
One in six Ryanair customers has been on a flight with a disruptive passenger.
Meanwhile Scandinavian Airlines is the most punctual of them all.
It’s no secret that passengers have gotten more relaxed in their flying apparel over the years, and flight attendant uniforms have seen dramatic changes too.