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Tag Archives: European air travel
Nothing too deep or complicated; just remembering where my head was at while waiting to board my flight from Edinburgh to Berlin last month. The overhead flight board displayed a list of departing planes. Oh, the places you can go … Continue reading
From Deutsche Welle. Russia is trying to require passenger data for everyone entering Russia, a violation of EU law, if not others. The new Dutch king and queen are going walkabout. Seems they survived the warm, wild welcome we gave … Continue reading
From Deutsche Welle. The EU is expanding air passenger rights when delayed and flying on European carriers. Interesting that this comes at time when snow is wreaking such havoc at Frankfurt airport. More communication, food and water, as well as … Continue reading
This from Deutsche Welle – Düsseldorf airport strikes will result in delays and cancellations. And from the Beeb – heavy snow is causing problems at Frankfurt airport and even on Eurostar. Mind you, what they call heavy snow over there is, … Continue reading
From the London Independent. A new EasyJet route to Cornwall from London.
I got an email from Virgin Atlantic about this. Here is a link to the news as reported in the London Telegraph. Yahoo! (I love Virgin).
From Deutsche Welle. The EU is letting non-EU airlines off the hook for carbon emissions regulations, at least for the time being. I suppose that’s nice because it will be one less reason to boost the prices on plane tickets. … Continue reading