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    LOT Polish Airlines commences flights from Poland to India

    India and Poland have historically enjoyed warm relations and close ties. LOT Airlines strengthens this friendship with direct flights from Warsaw to Delhi. This gives Indians a new choice to travel to Europe and an opportunity to visit Poland.

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    SpiceJet and IndiGo expand to Jeddah with daily flights from Mumbai

    India based SpiceJet and IndiGo airlines have announced daily departures to Jeddah from there operating base in Mumbai. The Mumbai-Jeddah route is hugely popular with expatriates working in Saudi Arabia as well as pilgrims from India making pilgrimage to the holy city of Makkah

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    Can you fly Non-Stop between Cairo and Tel Aviv ? With Air Sinai, it is possible

    What does it take to establish an airline route between two seemingly hostile nations ? Egypt and Israel were brought together by a peace treaty which required them to provide commercial flights between the two countries. While one happily obliged, the other was unsettled and decided to keep it a state secret. Read on to find out how you can book such a flight and the historical perspective behind it.

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    Flying to London, England: Cheap Flights and Business Class with British Airways

    London is one of the most global cities in the world. It is deeply connected to the world economy and is considered an international capital of culture, music, education, fashion, politics and commerce. Find out where you can find the cheapest economy flights to London, how to get the best business class deals & what to expect on British Airways Club class

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    A brief guide to Heathrow Airport Lounges for Business Class Travel

    Heathrow is spread over four terminals: Terminal 2, Terminal 3, Terminal 4 and Terminal 5. Heathrow Terminal 2 Lounges Terminal 2 is used by members of the Star Alliance Group. The Terminal is split into two buildings: 2A and 2B Terminal 2A is used by European carriers. Lufthansa maintains two lounges in this area. The Senator Lounge is exclusively for First Class ticket holders and Star Alliance Gold Card members. The Lufthansa Business Lounge is open to all Business Class ticket holders as well as those in the Premium Economy with a valid voucher. Priority Pass Members have access to two Plaza Premium lounges at Terminal 2A: one in the Departures area and the other in the Arrivals hall, which features modest facilities. Terminal 2B is used by Non-European carriers. Since Star Alliance does not have a common lounge, individual airlines maintain their brands of lounges at Terminal 2B. You can visit any of these lounges as long as you have a valid credentials in any Star Alliance partner airline. Air Canada has the Maple Leaf Lounge at Terminal 2B. It features a quiet zone, where cell phone use and conversations are prohibited. This is great for travellers who need to unwind and relax in their dreams. United Airlines maintains a United Club Lounge at Terminal 2B. This is a spacious and well kept modern looking lounge. Photographs of United’s history are featured throughout the lounge. Singapore Airlines has their…

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    Dubai: Find Cheap Flights and Business Class Deals

    Dubai is the busiest destination in the world for travellers. It has worked hard to put itself in the global spotlight in order to attract investment and tourism. The effect of this can be easily seen in Dubai’s aviation sector. The Dubai Government owns Emirates airline – which is the largest airline in the Middle East. It flies to more than 150 cities across the globe. Its international presence has made it one of the most popular airlines in the word. Due to demand for low-cost flights, the Dubai Government created FlyDubai airlines, which serves 95 destinations in the Middle East, South Asia, Africa and Europe. Flying to Dubai’s Airports Dubai International (DXB) Dubai is served by Dubai International Airport (DXB), located north-east of the city. It is the busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. DXB’s Terminal 3 is also the second largest building in the world by floor space. Dubai International Airport is served by more than 140 airlines to over 270 destinations on all inhabited continents. However, more than half of the passenger traffic at DXB is handled by Emirates airline. 13% if the passenger traffic is handled by the low-cost carrier, FlyDubai. Shopping at Dubai Airport Dubai is one of the major points of transit, connecting Asia with Europe and North America. Dubai Airport duty-free shopping is famous worldwide, largely because of the variety of products and services offered compared to other airports. Dubai Airport’s…