Travelling with Kids: Best games to play!
  Welcome back to’s weekly travelling with kids blog. This week’s blog is centred around games you can play with your kids.
Air France-KLM - Remarkable compensation stories, facts and history
  Welcome back to the second post of’s weekly airline blog! This time round we are going to be taking a closer look at Air France-KLM, Europe's 4th largest airline! Since the merger between KLM and Air France this dual airline has become an increasingly dominant force in the aviation industry.   A brief history of the Air France-KLM   2004: Merger between Air France and Netherlands based KLM 2008: Largest airline in the world  in terms of total operating revenues and international passenger kilometers. 2011: Categorised as one of the top 10 world’s safest airlines 2013: Air France–KLM sold CityJet to Intro Aviation (German Airline) 2016: Alexandre de Juniac, Chairman and CEO since 2013 resigned and was replaced by Jean-Marc Janaillac 2018: Seeking to replace medium haul fleets, aiming for lower aircraft noise and biofuel usage   Many passengers and over 35’000 delays with Air France-KLM   In order for you to learn a little bit more about the facts behind Air France-KLM we have a created a small fact list below!   Size of fleet: 574   Total Passengers flown: 93.4 million (in 2017)   On Time Performance: From January to March (2018) 79.09% of Air France-KLM’s flights left within 15 minutes of their scheduled departure (i.e left on time)   Number of Delays: From January to March (2018) 37’655 Air France-KLM flights were delayed!   Fun fact: In 2017, members of an Air France flight were detained in Buenos Aires for 6 hours after the daughter of the former deputy minister of Justice was unhappy that she did not  receive an upgrade!     Pilot Royalty, Engine explosions and Taking naps   As a claiming company, we often hear remarkable stories from passengers who flew with different airlines, such as those mentioned below.
Monsieur Mangetout - The man who ate an Airplane
  At, we try to keep you up to date with all flight-related news and information. While it might be a stretch, in this blog we are going to tell you all about a man who successfully ate an airplane! In 1950, Michael Lotito (pictured below) was born in Grenoble, France.