British Airways is the UK’s flagship carrier. If you were around in the 1990s, it probably conjures up images of pearls, leather seats and in the background a sweet rendition of Aria on Air. However, in recent years, British Airways has changed. They have bought in lots of new initiatives and cost cutting efforts (do… Continue reading A Review of British Airways A320-200 Economy LGW – FNC
Whether you are travelling to the Maldives for a romantic honeymoon, a once-in-a-lifetime treat, or because you just can’t stay away, you will want the trip to be as easy and relaxing as possible. That is where FlyMe comes in. We believe you should check out FlyMe for your perfect Maldives transfers. FlyMe for Your… Continue reading FlyMe For Your Perfect Maldives Transfers
The story so far…your narrator found a crazy deal from London to the The Maldives; just £192 one way!! We have taken one flight from London to Zurich, and now we are going to embark upon leg two. From Zurich we would be taking our flight with Edelweiss, the leisure airline owned by Swiss Air.… Continue reading A Review of Edelweiss Air Airbus 340-300 Economy ZRH – MLE
When you are browsing through Kayak.com and you stumble across a one way fare to the Maldives for £192, you book it! Right? Well we did, and so found ourselves with a two leg journey to Male via Zurich. This is the review of SWISS Bombardier Economy LHR – ZRH, the first flight of the… Continue reading A Review of SWISS Bombardier Economy LHR – ZRH
It’s the way the industry is going; a fracturing of the traditional economy product becomes the norm. Instead of its traditional three cabin model (Economy, Premium Economy and Upper Class) Virgin Atlantic will be breaking Economy down into three different fare groupings, each with its own benefits and rules. So let me introduce Virgin’s new… Continue reading Virgin Atlantic to Launch Three New Ways to Fly – Meet Virgin’s New Economy
Another island hop in the Philippines (read our other island hopping flight here) meant another small flight for Flying Fluskey. Between Busuanga (Coron) to Caticlan (for Boracay) we opted to take the bijou airline Air Juan. These guys have little land planes and also operate sea planes on some of their routes (sadly, not on ours).
The Philippines is a country of islands, there are over 7,500 of them. The travel options between them are twofold, you can catch a boat or a plane. As we were taking a short trip, we chose to take the air option, and so we found ourselves travelling between Caticlan and El Nido on AirSWIFT.… Continue reading A Review of AirSWIFT Domier 328 MPH – ENI
It’s January 2018 and it’s time to head east again. Ah Asia! This time we are off to the Philippines, via Hong Kong. Leg 1, London to Hong Kong is Done and dusted (feel free to read London to Hong Kong in Upper Class experience with Virgin Atlantic here). Now leg 2, and we have chosen… Continue reading A Review of Philippine Airlines A330-300 V3 Economy HKG – MNL
Virgin Atlantic’s Upper Class cabin is their top most cabin offering. It is listed as a business class cabin and so lies somewhere between British Airways Club World and First Class (just as a comparison).
When I say to people that I am taking a flight with easyJet, there are two very distinct reactions. Reaction 1 – Nose wrinkles as if a bad smell has entered the room, “Oh, sleazyjet!”. Reaction 2 – Slight surprise followed by a genuine smile, “Oh ok”. It seems that easyJet has its fans and… Continue reading A Review of easyJet A320 STN to DBV