We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Airways Quotes from Subramanian Swamy, Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Nick Lampson, Arlene Phillips, Pauline Hanson. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation should strongly recommend to the cabinet that Jet Airways should be merged with Air India, not only to ensure air services are not restricted but also to enable Air India to recover its former premier position.
Of course we are coming to invest in Germany – that is certain. Most airplanes in the fleet of Qatar Airways are from Airbus.
We were also able to do a great deal of work to improve highways, airports and airways, waterways, and railways, all of which are important and have provided a better quality of life and economic development opportunities for my constituents.
Women follow me around. On a British Airways flight, at Liverpool station – everywhere.
We have lost all our big Australian industries and icons, including Qantas when it sold 25 % of its shares and a controlling interest to British Airways.
We’ve always had a pretty competitive and pretty ferocious battle with British Airways… It’s lasted now about 14 years, and we’re very pleased to have survived it.
If ailing British companies such as Rolls-Royce, Land Rover, British Airways and Cadbury can be turned around, there is still hope for the BBC.
At university level, I had an economics lecturer who used to joke that I was the only student who handed in essays on British Airways notepaper.
The effect of the foreign direct investment of Etihad in Jet Airways and the implied bilateral agreement of air services between India and the UAE has primarily damaged Air India, which is a government-owned airline with huge assets that are extremely valuable.
There is a serious effort going on by private airlines such as Spicejet and Vistara to benefit from this dismemberment of Jet Airways.
As a child, I had the opportunity to meet the captain onboard a British Airways flight. It was so exciting to see the cockpit and controls. I was in awe of the captain, and he stamped my log book, which I still have to this day.
Of course, you always have to be concerned about hijacking. But with the measures that are in place right now, I’d say that probably the airways are as safe as they’ve been in a good number of years.
The only airline I avoid like the plague is Ryanair. I don’t like that, when you book, there are then all of these little extras to pay for, and you end up paying more than just flying with British Airways.
When it comes to meals, there’s always a fantastic choice on British Airways.
When I fly British Airways, I can’t help but read the free Daily Mail, which makes me glad I am leaving the country.