Jet2 Demand Following Thomas Cook Collapse

Jet2 Reports Increased Demand Following Thomas Cook Collapse

Dart Group, the owner of Jet2 and Jet2holidays, mentioned that the company has “experienced increased levels of customer demand” following the collapse of Thomas Cook. Thomas Cook Group, including the UK tour operator and airline, collapsed into liquidation in September. In a trading update, the Leeds-headquartered company said it had “experienced increased levels of customer demand” following […]

Norwegian Reveals £45M to Ground Boeing Fleet

Following the Ethiopian Airlines Disaster in March that killed 157 people, the airline Norwegian announced that the grounding of its Boeing 737 Max fleet will cost it up to 500 million Norwegian kroner (£45 million). In a bid to maintain as much of its schedule as possible, the low-cost carrier is rebooking passengers on to other […]

TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards : UK’S Best Airline

The TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards for Airlines has named the British airline as the best airline in Europe, the UK and the ninth-best airline in the world. Aiming to identify travelller’s favourite airlines, the annual awards use an algorithm that looks at the quantity and quality of airline reviews on TripAdvisor’s site over a […]

Thomas Cook Grows Fleet for Summer

Thomas Cook Airlines is growing its short to medium haul fleet to 105 aircraft for this summer with the addition of four Airbus A321. Cook aircraft are based variously across the UK, Scandinavia, Spain and Germany. Three of the A321s that are joining the Cook fleet will be stationed in Germany, while two will go to […]

easyJet Shy Away from Flybe Purchase

Following Flybe unusually announcing it is up for sale last week, potential buyer, easyJet’s CEO Johan Lundgren, has claimed the low-cost airline has no particular “interest in this particular topic on Flybe” at this time. Flybe took the decision to talk to potential buyers after losing £19.2 million last year alone, prior to which a […]