2017 – The Year In Air Travel In Review

As 2017 draws to a close, we look back at the major trends and themes in world aviation over the past year with some predictions for the year ahead as well.

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2017 In Air Travel
2017 In Air Travel

As we prepare to say farewell to 2017 and look forward to what will no doubt be a very eventful and exciting 2018, we take a customary look back at the year just gone. Here’s what we predicted might happen this time 12 months ago.

We should of course thank readers for your support over the past twelve months and hope you will continue reading over the next year.

The world of aviation is anything but predictable.

Who would have thought this time last year that a conciliatory Michael O’Leary would agree to recognise pilot unions in order to head off a Christmas strike at Ryanair?

Or that Qantas would reinstate London – Singapore – Sydney?

Or that someone could (allegedly) ground an airline by pulling out a plug?

Well, it all happened in 2017.
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What aviation trends & developments can we expect in London in 2017?

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The world of air travel is never dull.  For an industry in a near permanent state of revolution there is no shortage of new developments for passengers.

Here is a run through developments we can expect in 2017 in terms of routes, airlines, airports and in flight service.

It’s a bit of long one, but here we go:

2016: The year of “Low Cost Long Haul” at Gatwick

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