Low-cost carriers

Thirty-five Bulgarians Cannot Fly out of Frankfurt

Thirty-five Bulgarians are at Frankfurt Airport after failing to depart a regular Wizz Air flight at 3.10pm.

They claim that the airline and the airport authorities are to blame for the delay, which has preceded the situation, and for now, Wizz Air refuses to provide them with new tickets for a future flight to their homeland.

The Boeing 737 MAX Remains on the Ground for at least Another 3 Months

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects it could take until August before the Boeing 737 MAX returns to service, the airline group's head said on Wednesday, adding that the final say on the timing rested with regulators, BNR reported, quoting Reuters.

Aegean raises seat availability by 6-7 percent

Aegean Airlines may have its sights fixed on this summer season, but it is also making long-term plans that will give the carrier increased flexibility.

Oversubscribing the bond it issued early last month is one of the weapons in its management's arsenal, strengthening the firm's negotiating position as it discussed the funding of the new aircraft delivery with its creditors.

Ryanair will Fly the Sofia - Kiev Line

The low-cost airline Ryanair will operate on the international Sofia-Kiev-Sofia air service. The decision is made by the Council of Ministers, the government information service said.

The Irish airline has declared readiness to start regular flights on the line from the beginning of April 2019, with frequencies twice a week on Wednesday and Sunday, the report said.

Ryanair to Restructure after Quarterly Loss

Ryanair unveiled Monday plans for an overhaul to create four subsidiaries as the no-frills airline also revealed a third-quarter loss of 20 million euros and said a no-deal Brexit "remains worryingly high", reports AFP. 

Mirroring a set-up by British Airways and Iberia owner IAG, a statement said it planned to have four distinct operations, each with its own chief executive.

Low cost carrier has change of heart about Nis flights

Wizz Air operated the same air route from June 2015 to January 7, 2019.

It was a great surprise when the company decided to scrap these flights, considering there was excellent occupancy of the aircraft, and it is now assumed that the renewal of the line has been caused by great interest of the passengers.

Ryanair Ranked 'Worst Airline' For Sixth Year in a Row

Ryanair has been rated as the worst airline for the sixth consecutive year by Which?, with the consumer group claiming the Dublin-based carrier is still catching out passengers with hidden costs, reported the Guardian.

In the annual survey of short-haul airlines, passengers gave the airline the lowest possible rating for boarding, seat comfort, food and drink, and cabin environment.

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