Zooming nowhere

For those who haven’t heard, low cost airline operator Zoom who provided our second link for flights to the UK is no more.

Sadly should we wish to fly to Europe this leaves us stuck with the option of British Airways who, from the experiences of this writer, has horrible service which leaves a great deal to be desired or the alternative of flying through the states, though hopefully not through American Airlines, whose service is on par with the mediocrity of British Airways.

Hopefully the price of oil will drop and we’ll see the return of more competition in the air travel sector.

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I am not the least bit surprised that the subject ‘low-cost’ carrier has made its final landing… there will be more such operators following suite! I once asked the late, Wing Commander E. M. Ware, then Director of Civil Aviation, why Bermuda did not court low-cost airlines. He cautioned that Bermuda would be better served by the tradition established carrier and that there was a real chance that an un-established carrier could force one of our long serving airlines to fly elsewhere. Imagine our situation soon after Zoom began operations, had BA declared that it could no longer server Bermuda… Read more »