Europe low cost airlines

Low-cost carriers initially focussed on short-haul destinations, Nearly every country has one or more low-cost airlines. Low-cost airlines eliminating many services such as free meals on board.

Low cost airlines Europe

Airbus A330-300


In just a few years the company became the biggest exporter in Brazil and the third largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, behind only the giants Airbus and Boeing.

A Brazilian Aircraft


Airport Under The Sea

Schiphol air traffic control tower is 101 meters high, when it was built in 1991 it was the tallest control tower in the world.

Schiphol Airport Amsterdam


Propellers Aircrafts, ATR

The ATR 42 and ATR 72 continue to be manufactured and successfully sold throughout the world. About 200 airline companies across the world use the type.

ATR Aircrafts

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2018 Best Low Cost Europe

SKYTRAX; Europe 2018 Best Low Cost Airlines

2018 Europe Low-Cost Airlines


Wasserturm Hotel

What was once the biggest water tower in Europe is now a hotel with an exceptional interior and a timeless modern design.

Wasserturm Hotel, Cologne,


European resorts for SNOW

Here is a few of the best European resorts for your winter break. Bansko, Val disere, Verbier, Pamporovo, Lech, Courmayeur.

Let it snow, Some destinations


Lake Como

Lake Como is probably the most beautiful lake in Italy and definitely the most easily accessible one.

Lake Como, Italy


England Airlines

List of UK AİRLİNES; British Airways, British Midland Regional, EasyJet, Flybe, Jet2.com, Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways, Virgin Atlantic,

England Airline Companies



The most amazing feeling while flying is to lookout of your window as the aircraft takes off or when it touches down while landing. However, most of us aren't aware how this man-made machine is able to defy gravity.

How does an aircraft fly?



Mauritius is mostly appreciated by visitors for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate, natural beauty, ethnic and cultural diversity.

Where is it?, Mauritius


Milestone of flying

Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin pilots his experimental first Zeppelin, over Lake Constance, reaching an altitude of 400 metres with five men on board.

Timeline Of Flight