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easyJet Supports Concept to Reduce Emissions

April 15, 2019 Connor Sadler

European low-cost carrier easyJet has announced its support for U.K. based aerospace technology company Derwent Aviation’s design changes to current generation jet engines, which are said to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide.

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easyJet Targeting Further “Worldwide” Service Expansion

December 7, 2018 Adrian Vannahme

Low-cost airlines typically do not belong to airline alliances or participate in codeshare and interline agreements, making connections under a single itinerary difficult. U.K.-based easyJet’s hub distribution service dubbed “Worldwide by easyJet,” however, allows passengers of

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What Happened to Air Berlin’s Aircraft?

August 25, 2018 Adrian Vannahme

What do Virgin Atlantic, Eurowings, and the Hungarian Air Force all have in common? They all operate former Air Berlin jets. Air Berlin, Germany’s second-largest airline behind Lufthansa, filed for bankruptcy in August 2017 and

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Lufthansa Cleared in Airfare Price Increase Investigation

May 30, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Germany’s Federal Office for the Defense of Competition (Bundeskartellamt) recently issued its opinion regarding complaints received against Lufthansa, following an investigation into airfare increases that began in November. The German flag carrier was under fire

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EasyJet Boss Optimistic for Future Growth

April 1, 2018 Andy Nelson

Despite the recent disappearance of Air Berlin and Monarch Airlines from the skies, as well as Italian flag-carrier Alitalia’s ongoing financial woes, EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren is optimistic that his airline will continue to thrive

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