We love Delta because their planes are some of the newest in the skies, and they fly everywhere. Not only does Delta itself fly passengers to over 325 destinations around the world, but it also partners with SkyTeam and their 1,150 worldwide destinations (and 19 partner airlines) so there’s basically nowhere in the world that they don’t go (plus, you can take two carry-ons to every one of those destinations, even if you’re flying Basic Economy). Continue at Source: Airlines
Whether you fly once a year or zigzag the world weekly, everyone has an opinion about airlines. Here are the 20 best airlines for customer service ranked from first to 20th; the rankings are based upon on-time performance, comfort, food, and how they handle complaints.
If the 1960s were the Golden Age of travel, the twenty-teens are the diamond age. Gone are the cigarettes, La-Z-Boy-style seats, and pungent smells of jet fuel; in their place are massive suites, showers in the clouds, and caviar collections fit for a Russian czar. Don’t forget the bespoke bedding and bone china collaborations for in-flight afternoon tea, either.
While many airlines have folded their first class into business in the midst of strict corporate travel policies, a few have pushed their suites to soaring new heights. If you’re looking for the best in the sky, these first-class cabins are everything—and more.
Originally told she was too short to attend aviation school, Ari Fuj defied doubters to become Japan’s first female commercial airline captain. Here’s her story.Ari Fuji was at high school when she realized she wanted to earn her wings and become a pilot.But growing up in Japan, where female pilots were largely unheard of, it was a dream that meant reaching for the sky.“The wall was high,” she tells CNN Travel. “The Self Defense Forces weren’t recruiting women because there were no female pilots back then. I realized, all of a sudden, that the route to becoming a pilot was unexpectedly narrow.”To make matters worse, Fuji was also too small to qualify for the country’s Civil Aviation College.
With air travel becoming more expensive, and with the travel bug within us growing every day, we’re always on the hunt for cheap airfare to kickstart our next adventure. Yes, there are premium airlines that serve complimentary refreshments and other treats, but if you research thoroughly enough, there is probably a low-cost carrier that will offer similar (if not the same) services. Some are even associated with world-class carriers, so they can’t be that bad, right?
Kenya Airways is a member of the Sky Team Alliance, the second-largest airline alliance globally which includes Delta and Air France KLM.
The best and worst hotels, airlines and online travel websites are not necessarily what you think they are, according to a new study. The American Customer …
This 2019 industry report is based on a number of metrics for airline performance in order to rank the best and worst airlines of the year.
A British technology start-up wants to weigh passengers before flying, just like their luggage, but it’s not an exercise in fat-shaming. Instead the company claims it’s an efficient measure to reduce airline costs and carbon emissions.