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Category: Airlines

British Airways relax strict dress code

All employees in uniform will be allowed to wear mascara, false eyelashes and earrings regardless of their gender identity as of Monday.

Manslaughter trial into Air France crash in 2009 begins

The accident saw the A330, en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, fall 11,500 metres at night, during which the stall warning sounded 75 times.

Virgin Atlantic discontinues London Heathrow-Hong Kong route

Due to the closure of Russian airspace, Virgin Atlantic will no longer be continuing flights between London Heathrow (LHR) to Hong Kong (HGK). The route was suspended in December 2021 with plans to be resumed in March 2023. Virgin Atlantic said that “after almost 30 years of proudly serving this Asian hub city” that it

World Cup causes Qatar Airways to change flight schedule

Qatar Airways’ usual flight schedule will see a dramatic shift for the duration of the world cup, with around 7 per cent of the airline’s flights cut.

SkyTrax results revealed

SkyTrax results revealed

by Casey Martin September 26, 2022

Qatar won World’s Top airline for the 7th year in a row, followed by Singapore Airlines, and Emirates.

Virgin Atlantic goes the extra mile for gender inclusivity

Virgin Atlantic announced new non-gendered unforms as part of their updated gender identity policy.

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