Road Warrior - see 50 Cent In Da Hostel

Ryanair stupendous profits, BA going to Santiago, 50 Cent loves TOC, take off with takeofftube.com

 

Hostelworld brings 50 Cent bling to video

The rapper 50 Cent teamed up with Irish-based Hostelworld to show the world what it is like to stay in a hostel. In In Da Hostel we see 50 Cent explore TOC Hostel in Barcelona and it looks more like a poshtel. It has a pool, rooftop chill area, bar and en suite rooms. It is made in the style of MTV Cribs and fun to see blingy 50 cent enjoying it: https://youtu.be/espJ7oIHezk

O’Leary predicts further falls in air fare prices

Being nice made the markets very happy this week when Ryanair announced full-year profits of €1,242 million on revenue of €6.536 million. Earnings per share jumped from €0.63 to €0.93. Talking to Bloomberg, Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said: “Terrorism has put downward pressure on prices and it has never been cheaper to fly.” As ancillary business grows, O’Leary expect fares to fall further.

A Flight Centre survey this week found business-class fares are 20 per cent lower than five year ago. Good news for business travellers.

Aer Lingus business-class fares are looking quite tempting at under €1,300 each way over the next few months.

Video site offers cockpit thrills for armchair flyers

If you ever wondered what it is like to be in the cockpit of an aircraft on takeoff you can get a feel for the experience on takeofftube.com. The video site features takeoffs and landings from airlines around the world, including Aer Lingus. There are also videos of military aircraft in action and vintage planes.

British Airways to launch direct route to Santiago

British Airways will launch their longest direct route on January 3rd next year with a service from London Heathrow to Santiago in Chile. The 14 hours 40 minutes flight will be an hour longer than the next-longest flight to Buenos Aires. The four times weekly flight will be operated on a Boeing Dreamliner 787-9 with a four-class cabin configuration. Business must be doing well in Chile as there will be a first-class cabin.

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