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Oman Air offers new routes and an expanded fleet

As its flight paths and fleet expand, so does Oman Air’s command of the Middle Eastern aviation industry

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Eccelsa Aviation is the entry point for luxury travel

Eccelsa Aviation’s terminal at Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport gives discerning travellers a comfortable and seamless experience when flying

Whatever happened to inflight etiquette?

For the prices we pay for long-haul travel, we all deserve to enjoy our flights, but some are guilty of making themselves a little too at home

Flying the Omani flag

By committing to a rigorous expansion programme, Oman Air is on track to become one of the leading airlines in the Middle East region

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Airlines, I can handle the truth

While stranded in Switzerland with a dislocated shoulder, all Callum Glennen wanted was for someone to be upfront with him

Avios takes Agoda under its wing

Avios has partnered with leading accommodation site Agoda to allow customers to earn air miles through Agoda’s PointsMAX programmes

Oman Air undergoes ambitious fleet and network expansion programme

By doubling the frequency of its flagship routes and increasing the destinations available while maintaining elite standards, Oman Air has firmly set itself within the luxury airline industry

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Air Europa’s intercontinental reputation

With its impressive range of premium aircraft and a ground support network that is second to none, Air Europa is the obvious choice for travel between Europe and Latin America


Airlines get scientific over carbon footprint

A decision by the European Commission to impose increased charges on airlines related to carbon emissions has brought the issue of reducing the carbon footprint of the aviation industry into focus in the first half of this year, 2012


Passenger duty meets its critics

As the UK tries to levy further taxes on air travel, critics have come out in force


Stuart White gets the economy class blues

Stuart White takes his annual pilgrimage with the common people – and finds a veritable feast of griping at his table