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Air Berlin made its last flight and reached an agreement with EasyJet

The last flight was operated yesterday between Munich and Berlin-Tegel and transported 178 passengers. Today Air Berlin reached a purchase agreement with EasyJet. Air Berlin, the airline that went bankrupt in August, made its last flight on October 27. It was operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft carrying 178 passengers between the Munich Airport (MUC) and Berlin Tegel “Otto Lilienthal” Airport (TXL). The airline officially ceases operations today, ending a history of almost four decades and having transported 300 million passengers. Air Berlin was a member of Oneworld, and went into…

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EasyJet will allow reservation on long distance flights

The British low-cost airline will allow booking long-haul flights of other companies from London Gatwick Airport. EasyJet announced today that it will start a new service called Worldwide, allowing passengers to book long-haul flights from London Gatwick Airport (LGW). The service is in collaboration with other low cost airlines such as Norwegian and WestJet Airlines, and will allow for example, that a passenger flying from Aberdeen in Scotland, to another destination as New York making a connection in Gatwick, can book both flights in the website of the airline. In the…

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EasyJet Europe, the airline created to circumvent the Brexit

Established to continue operating flights across and within European countries after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. The new airline has its home base in Vienna International Airport (VIE), Austria, and operates flights across and within European countries since July 20. On leaving the EU in March 2019, the United Kingdom could be out of The Single European Sky, which allows companies based in the countries in question fly unimpeded by the continent. EasyJet Europe was established on July 18, in order to continue exploiting the European air transport market, once…

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EasyJet will employ 1200 cabin crew

The process began today and will be the largest in its history. EasyJet has begun the process of hiring of 1200 cabin crew, the largest in its history. Currently, its workforce has 6,900 cabin crew, while at the beginning of the year, it announced the hiring of 450 pilots. Those interested can apply on the website of the company and those selected will be formed through a series of online courses before the demonstrations on safety procedures and first aid, which will take place over three weeks. New cabin crew members will fly…

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