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FareCompare readers who travel in Europe may have encountered Ryanair, an Irish airline originally patterned after the low-cost U.S. airline Southwest. Ryanair’s approach is to cut fares as much as possible, while charging fees for many services that travelers take for granted on other airlines. The CEO of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary, comes across to some … Read 10 Crazy Air Line Travel Ideas That Just Might WorkPosted In: Airlines, Fees, Travel Tips
Airlines are making a new class of airfare between Economy and Business Class, with each airline giving this new “Premium Economy” class a slightly different name. Premium Economy, or merchandised economy, refers to the seats airlines are now offering for a fee in the new “fourth class.” Seats are a step above coach, but not … Read Making Sense of the ‘New Economy’Posted In: Airlines, Travel Tips
Imagine arriving at the airport for your next business trip, parking just minutes away from your private hangar, skipping the endless lines at security and being seated in your plush first-class seat within a half hour. Once onboard, you are treated to an open bar and a free meal (think fresh fruit and yogurt parfait). … Read Ultimate Air Shuttle Offers High-End Treatment for Reasonable PricePosted In: Airlines
Hopping a flight to Hawaii takes a bit more planning than scoring cheap tickets for a last-minute getaway to your nearest big city. Here is some basic information for FareCompare readers on U.S. airlines that fly to Hawaii. Going to Hawaii? Check Out These Airlines Alaska Airlines Alaska Airlines has daily non-stop flights from Seattle … Read Which Airlines Fly to Hawaii?Posted In: Airlines, City, Travel Guides
What You Need to Know About Becoming a Flight Attendant Requirements: Willingness to relocate Must be a minimum of 18 or 21 years old, depending on the airline Education: Good news: you won’t need a PhD to become a flight attendant, but you will need to at least have your GED, if not some secondary … Read How to Become a Flight AttendantPosted In: Airlines, Travel Tips