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Re: easyJet's founder launches cut-rate food store

GarryRF ·
Stelios is a clever man. Lots of free advertising for a new cut price food store. Many basic items such as sugar - tea - canned drinks - bottled water - beer - vegetables and milk can be found below 25 pence / 35 cents in lo-cost stores in the UK already. And next month when it all goes to 50 pence he'll once again be on a winner !
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Re: easyJet's founder launches cut-rate food store

Travel Rob ·
I really do like this idea because a lot of people are too proud to go to food banks if they are in need and at least they can get a few things there. Also , if it spreads its a good way for travelers to pick up a few snacks for the road. Here are the items for sale listed on the site : Tea Ground Coffee Chicken Curry Sugar Orangeade Pasta Mushroom Sauce Digestives Chick Peas Sardines and Sauce Cream Crackers Pasta Sauce Flour Tomato Ketchup Variety Pack Cereal Potatoes Jaffa Cakes Fruit...
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easyJet's new idea: drone inspects planes

PHeymont ·
easyJet's inspection drone in flight          Photo: easyJet Drones are all the thing these days, and not just the military bomb-carrying ones. Amazon wants to use them to deliver packages, pilots are afraid of encountering...
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The squeeze goes on: more plans for more seats

PHeymont ·
When the New York Times printed this cartoon a few years ago, the trend was just beginning. Squeeze in more has become the order of the day, with extra space to be had only at a premium price.   And the squeeze goes in both directions. Not only...
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Ryanair takes on the online travel sites

PHeymont ·
Ryanair has proposed that airlines take the offensive against online travel sites and price comparison sites, such as Expedia, Opodo, Kayak, etc.; he believes they "shouldn't exist" and "make no sense." He's written to four other big European carriers...
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UK airlines push for more female pilots

PHeymont ·
In the 40-some years since Britain got its first female commercial airline captain, the numbers on the meter have hardly budged; only 3 percent of the world's pilots are women, and in Britain just under 6 percent.   At a time of worldwide pilot...
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If you're flying out of Rome, you may not be

PHeymont ·
A fire last May that heavily damaged Terminal 3 at Rome's Fiumicino airport is leaving passengers stranded or with major changes. The terminal handles most international flights, and it is mostly international flights that are affected.   In one...
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Cheapest airlines may not be the ones you think!

PHeymont ·
Sharpen your pencil: The discount and ultra-lowcost carriers are not always the cheapest choice!
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Ryanair, Easyjet say Brexit would end cheap fares

PHeymont ·
As claims of benefit and loss fly back and forth as the referendum date approaches, budget airlines warn that leaving could cost vacationers.
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Lufthansa's Thanksgiving: another strike day

PHeymont ·
Fortunately for Lufthansa, tomorrow isn't one of the year's big travel days as it is in the U.S., because the airline's cabin crews are headed back to the picket line for Thursday and Friday over unresolved issues.   The strike may continue into...
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easyJet's founder launches cut-rate food store

Travel Rob ·
Super budget grocery store to open in North West London.
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British Airways goes head-to-head with Ryanair, Easyjet

PHeymont ·
British Airways will fly from London Stansted for the first time as its CityFlyer subsidiary takes on the discounters on some of their favorite vacation routes.
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