From the monthly archives: June 2014

French ATC strike has been called off last night at midnight, 4 days early. There was a Belgium ATC strike last night at 1700 hrs for two hours, but does not appear to be continuing.

It should be a fairly normal day’s operation, although the level of disruption caused over the last two days is […]

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British Airways is to offer First Class seats on some of its older Boeing 747s at up to 50% discounts from the winter, shortly before retiring the aircraft altogether.

The airline said that as the service in the premium cabin in the older jumbos was no longer what First Class customers expected, the seats would […]

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Starting tomorrow this 6 day Air Traffic Control strike will effect not only flights to and from France, but a large proportion of other European traffic that passes through the country, delays and cancellations are expected.

The strike has been timed ahead of a deadline on June 30 for France to present its five-year budget […]

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Thailand’s curfew has been lifted across the whole of the country but the Foreign Office is still warning visitors to take care.

But despite the more relaxed rules, the Foreign Office warned visitors that some anti-coup demonstrations are still taking place in Bangkok and some other cities and could become violent.

It also warned British […]

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Thailand’s ruling military council has decided to lift a night-time curfew in three of the country’s most popular tourist resorts.

The nationwide curfew, which was imposed after the army seized power two weeks ago, no longer applies in Pattaya, Phuket and Koh Samui.

But across the rest of the country, including the capital Bangkok, locals […]

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