October 2004
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;10/15/2004, Issue 1740, p17
Trade Publication
The article presents information on EasyJet Airline Co. Ltd. which has recorded a 25% increase in year traffic for September, up to 2.3 million. Two British Airways stewardesses have been suspended after allegedly failing breath tests in Helsinki last weekend. The workers were rostered to board BA 795 to Heathrow on October 9, but a telephone tip-off resulted in a spot-check of the cabin crew. Alitalia SpA is launching an eighth daily service between Heathrow and Milan from October 31. The troubled carrier will operate a fourth daily Linate flight to bring services to the airport in line with its four flights to the city's Malpensa Airport.


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