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Budget carrier launches ObeseyJet, airline of choice for the larger passenger

Budget airline easyJet has caused controversy by launching a dedicated service for today’s bigger-boned passenger, promising roomy seats, numerous cup holders and a menu boasting the best in foil-sealed freshness.

‘All we’re doing is recognising the growing demand for wide-haul flights,’ said Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of easyJet. ‘Our customers don’t want to be patronised by standard airlines charging them for two seats. We treat all our travellers like grown outs – sorry, grown ups. We give them one big seat at twice the price plus charges. Oh, and insulin. All the insulin they can eat.’

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Posted: Apr 21st, 2010
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RyanAir to save costs by getting the passengers to fly planes

Ryanair has followed up its controversial move of charging for use of their toilets by announcing that customers can make real economies if they choose to fly the planes themselves.

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Posted: Mar 20th, 2010
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NASA in talks with budget airlines

Cash strapped NASA has announced that it is in talks with a number of budget airlines to launch its astronauts to the International Space Station when the Space Shuttle is retired later this year.

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Posted: Mar 12th, 2010
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Ryanair’s even cheaper European flights to take passengers miles from intended destination

Ryanair have unveiled plans for even cheaper flights to Europe by flying passengers to cities that are hundreds of miles away from their intended destination.

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Posted: Dec 15th, 2009
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Mobiles on Ryanair flights allowing passengers to make real-time complaints

Join the mile-high complaint clubTravellers on low-cost airline Ryanair are reporting significantly increased levels of satisfaction after being able to make in-flight calls from their mobile phones to register their disgust at standards of customer service.

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Posted: Apr 2nd, 2009
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