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  • British Airways announces a new partnership with Michelin-starred chef Tom KerridgeBritish Airways has announced that it will be partnering with celebrated, British Michelin-starred chef, Tom Kerridge, who has designed a number of gourmet food items, which include signature pies and sandwiches, to pre-purchase for the airline’s Euro Traveller (short haul economy) customers.   The move marks a renewed focus on the short haul customer experience, which also includes the completion of a full WiFi rollout across its airbus short haul fleet and the ability to pre-order duty free items directly to customers’ seats through its inflight retail site, Highlifesh...
  • easyJet cabin crew to be fast tracked to support the NHS vaccination programmeThe NHS is recruiting easyJet cabin crew as vaccinators to support nationwide UK vaccine roll-out. easyJet cabin crew will be trained to administer the vaccine in NHS Vaccine Centres across the UK. Following easyJet’s recent offer of help to the UK Government, easyJet cabin crew are being recruited and fast tracked to support the NHS as part of the vital nationwide effort to distribute the Coronavirus vaccine. The airline wrote to the UK Prime Minister in November to offer support to the Government on its efforts to implement the national Covid-19 vaccination programme this winter. With ...

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  • 2020 was the most challenging year the commercial aviation industry has ever faced, yet leasing giant Avolon performed ll.There is little room for argument, 2020 was a disastrous year for commercial aviation, the pandemic and resulting border restrictions and closures caused airlines to ground all or most of their fleets of aircraft for weeks and m months at a time. Even now, the industry is teetering on a knife-edge, with many airlines struggling to survive January alone.  It is a sentiment echoed by Dómhnal Slattery, the CEO of aircraft leasing giant Avolon, which has released its latest figures. 

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