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Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident

It appears that Korean Air has had enough with no-shows. South Korea’s national carrier wants to impose new monetary penalties on passengers starting this new year, if the government approves. The initiative coincides with a recent incident when K-pop fans not only halted a flight for over an hour, but also claimed compensation from the airline....


Zivile Zalagenaite
Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident

It appears that Korean Air has had enough with no-shows. South Korea’s national carrier wants to impose new monetary penalties on passengers starting this new year, if the government approves. The initiative coincides with a recent incident when K-pop fans not only halted a flight for over an hour, but also claimed compensation from the airline....


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“Please do not travel to Gatwick”, drone surge halts all flights

Drones spotted in and around London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW) airfield on the morning of December 20, 2018, have led to the suspension of all flights “for safety reasons”. And the uproar seems to be serious. The airport says its airfield has been closed as authorities continue to investigate multiple drone sightings detected since the previous evening....


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Irish airspace reopens after “complete radar failure”

The airspace of the Republic of Ireland has reopened after flights to and from the country’s two primary airports – Cork and Shannon – were suspended on the evening of October 2, 2018, due to a significant radar issue....


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17 Things Airlines Change In Order To Save Money That Passengers Might Not Notice

Change is inevitable, especially talking about airlines. They are making all of the necessary alterations to their aircraft in order to save money. From making the seats thinner to removing video screens and even giving up life vests on board – here are the 17 things airlines are changing, according to inc.com:...


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It Is Dangerous To Split Up Families On Flights

According to the new report, it is dangerous to split up families during the plane flight. Even when they refuse to pay more for the seating arrangements. The dangers supposedly appear in emergency situations, as the families tend to look for each other first, rather than to move towards the emergency exits....


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Ryanair Cancels Flights After 'Messing Up' Pilot Holidays

Ryanair is cancelling up to 50 flights a day for the next six weeks after the airline made a mistake planning around holidays for its pilots....