At least one major enterprise in Queensland isn't buying any of the nonsense about 'clean coal' for its low emission power needs
Are airlines taking orders about service standards from share markets, or their customers?
Is British Airways telling us that it's going to be nothing more than a bigger low cost carrier?
Can the idiot factor cause a small drone to kill a few hundred airline passengers?
In a safety notice reminiscent of a ‘Yes Minister’ parody, the UK Civil Aviation Authority has issued a safety alert about the dangers of passengers taking cabin baggage with them in an emergency without once mentioning British Airways and its flight (BA2276) that caught fire at Las Vegas airport on 8 September.
Today’s dramatic runway fire on a British Airways 777 at Las Vegas has again exposed the stupidity and selfishness of passengers slowing down emergency evacuations to grab their shopping and other carry-on items.
Updated Only minor injuries have been reported after a spectacular engine fire broke out on a British Airways 777-200 while on the ground at Las Vegas airport today.
Runway Girl Network has become the go-to site for cabin developments free of marketing spin, and has drawn attention to an admission by British Airways that the economy seats in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner are too tight.
It’s less than a day since this reporter saw at least four very large passengers some of whom might have been your typical average American adults suffer a flight in British Airways’ new Club Europe cabin on an A319 flying from London Heathrow to Toulouse.