Passenger vs. airlines, part II – overbooking is not so black as it is painted

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With the popularization of air transport and cost – cutting by airlines, more and more passengers encounter overbooking problems. In aviation terminology, overbooking means selling more tickets in relation to available seats. But why air carrier take this risk? The answer is simple, it’s financially beneficial because flight of the empty airplane is more expensive than overbooking costs.

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Passenger vs. airlines, part I – flight delay

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Flight delays are common. They can be connected with unforeseeable factors such as bad weather conditions, security threat or even volcanic eruption. But there are some situations when delay is results from airline fault.  If you travel: from the airport located in European Union/European Economic Area or Switzerland, between EU/EEA/Switzerland and third country, by plane which is operated

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Real Saigon… How to survive on Vietnamese roads

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Our funny story with the hotel wasn’t the only attraction which we had during first day in Vietnam. Starving and exhausted after long journey, we decided to go out for a delicious Vietnamese meal. As experienced  drivers, we thought that we had seen every possible thing on the road but as it turned out later crossing Vietnamese streets

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Xel – Ha – place where water is born

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Xel-Ha is a very interesting place for every water – lover. It’s located in the eastern part of Yucatan Peninsula, close to the famous archeological site in Tulum. Xel-Ha is in fact one big aquarium which fascinates by its biodiversity. The name of its speaks for itself, which in Mayan language means: place where water is born. According

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