MOST flying is still done by people on middle and higher incomes despite the huge growth in no-frills
airlines, a report from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said yesterday.
And the Aviation Health Institute said pilots on no-frills
airlines get less time to recover because of their workloads.
flights from Coventry Airport should not be affected by controversial plans to extend pilots' hours, according to airline bosses.
ROBIN GAULDIE finds anything's possible with the no-frills
There have been wide-scale protests over the decision by Australia's national airline, Qantas, to replace business class flights from Melbourne and Sydney, with a no-frills
Travel company TUI may reportedly merge its no-frills
airline with its charter carrier.
These arrive by car through a lockable garage at the west end of the ground floor to be booked in at a no-frills
reception area with lockers for personal belongings.
Casting friends and providing them with savvy costuming, satisfying yet no-frills
props, and punk-riot grrrl chutzpah, O'Marah has created a guerrilla tour de force and a heady meditation on the simple act of doing something again.
carrier Go, which has been bought by easyJet but which will fly under its own colours until next year, also enjoyed a good month, with passenger numbers in August 2002 rising 41.7%.
FIAT has entered new territory with the Doblo, a practical, no-frills
Back in 1989 Marcus Hu and his partners Jon Gerrans and Mike Thomas were running their fledgling, no-frills
, gay-friendly independent film company, Strand Releasing, out of Hu's one-bedroom Los Angeles apartment.
A 30-day supply of a no-frills
supplement costs $1 to $4.