Qatar Airways 787 Dreamliner Qatar Airways 

Qatar Airways will resume flights to London-Gatwick

The airline will operate two daily services from May 22. At a conference held in the German city of Berlin on March 7, managers of Qatar Airways confirmed the return of the airline to London-Gatwick Airport. As of May 22, Qatar Airways will make available to passengers two daily flights between the airports of Doha (DOH), in Qatar, and London-Gatwick (LGW) in the United Kingdom. The route will be operated with Boeing 787-8 aircraft and the schedule is detailed below: QR329 Flight: Departs from Doha at 02:25 local time. Arrives to London…

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Emirates Boeing 777-300er Emirates 

Emirates will fly between Dubai and London Stansted from June 2018

The airline will operate daily flights with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, from June 8, 2018. Emirates announced today the new service of flights between United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom from June, 2018. The route will link the Dubai International Airport (DXB) with the London-Stansted Airport (STN), with a service of daily flights starting on June 8, 2018. Flights will be operated with the new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, with 6 seats in First Class, 42 in Business Class and 306 in Economy Class.  The airplane has private suites completely enclosed in First Class and renovated…

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Norwegian Dreamliner Norwegian 

Norwegian launched the low-cost longest flight in the world

On 28 September the airline began the London-Singapore route with prices from 149 pounds. The low-cost airline Norwegian began yesterday to operate the route between London-Gatwick Airport (LGW), in United Kingdom, and the Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), in Singapore. The flight is the longest in the world made by a low cost airline, with a duration of 12 hours and 45 minutes approximately, a distance of 6.764 miles (10.885 kilometers) between Europe and Asia. The route will be operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft with more than 300 seats equipped with individual screens…

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EasyJet aircraft Airlines EasyJet 

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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