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Daily Star
Airport horror: Boy, four, 'covered in blood' after being crushed by giant billboardMS804: What this means for airport security Following recent events like Egypt
Airport horror: Boy, four, 'covered in blood' after being crushed by giant billboard
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
MS804: What this means for airport security Following recent events like EgyptAir MS804, JLS Consulting director, John Strickland looks at what this could mean for tourism in Egypt. An airport spokesman said: “We can confirm that a... Read more
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The Financial Express
Qatar Airways raises stake in BA-owner IAG to 15.01 per centexposure to the Australasian market IAG can benefit from Qatar’s increased acti
Qatar Airways raises stake in BA-owner IAG to 15.01 per cent
The Financial Express / Posted 9 days ago
exposure to the Australasian market IAG can benefit from Qatar’s increased activity there,” independent aviation consultant John Strickland said. British Airways announced plans last week for a new direct route between London and Doha. Al-Baker... Read more
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iol.co.za
BA to take budget airline route?to replace BA's outgoing boss, Keith Williams, saying: “We're expecting great t
BA to take budget airline route?
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
to replace BA's outgoing boss, Keith Williams, saying: “We're expecting great things from Alex.” The airline consultant, John Strickland, said: “One only has to look at the roaring trade in 'take onboard' food at BA's home base, Heathrow Terminal... Read more
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International Business Times
British Airways to stop serving free food and drinks on short-haul economy flights for £3 (€3.81, $4.31), while easyJet offers its passengers focaccia sandwiches
British Airways to stop serving free food and drinks on short-haul economy flights
International Business Times / Posted 11 days ago
for £3 (€3.81, $4.31), while easyJet offers its passengers focaccia sandwiches for £4.50, according to The Independent. John Strickland, a consultant at various airlines said: "One only has to look at the roaring trade in 'take onboard' food at... Read more
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iol.co.za
Laughing stock of UK airports is going globalfastest-growing of the major airports, putting on 40 percent more passengers in
Laughing stock of UK airports is going global
iol.co.za / Posted 24 days ago
fastest-growing of the major airports, putting on 40 percent more passengers in the past five years. The aviation analyst John Strickland said: “Luton is not trying to be some sort of upmarket airport. However, it has played to its strengths by... Read more
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The Columbian
Two experts share the ABCs of successful beekeepingPITTSBORO, N.C. — Beekeeping was so much simpler in 1980 when John Strickland s
Two experts share the ABCs of successful beekeeping
The Columbian / Posted 1 months ago
PITTSBORO, N.C. — Beekeeping was so much simpler in 1980 when John Strickland started. One of Strickland’s rural Chatham County neighbors had bees, but the man was getting up in years. “If I ever have to leave them and can’t come back, I want you to... Read more

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