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Read the latest airline news and stay abreast of the most recent development.

We've got something interesting for all enthusiasts of both traditional carriers and low-cost airlines.

We start off with a freshman of an airline – the Iceland-based WOW air. The carrier has recently revealed its winter plans. WOW air promises to offer flights to Salzburg at the beginning of 2013 and Copenhagen-Reykjavik, Warsaw-Reykjavik and Kaunas-Reykjavik flights at the end of December

While we are on the subject of Iceland, the British easyJet announces an expansion to this this incredible island in the spring 2013. It's pas­sengers travelling from Airport Manchester and Airport Edinburgh who will benefit of the two new routes to Reykjavik.

The French giant Air France announced it was going to set up three new routes Paris Orly, with daily operation to Casablanca, Istanbul and Moscow Sheremetyevo. If a trip Paris – Istanbul sounds good to you, visit the website of Air France and book your seat now!

Airline news is not all about newly established routes. Travellers departing from Milan Malpensa will not get a wider array of flights to Amsterdam as opposed to what was announced by the low-cost airline AirOne. The carrier has now postponed the launch of its Milan – Amsterdam route.

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