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Years ago airport lounges were exclusively meant for business travellers. An ordinary traveller couldn't afford a business class ticket so the doors of lounges stayed closed. Luckily, change has come and so it is not like that anymore. Airport lounges nowadays can be accessed cheaply and easily in several ways.
Transavia is a low-cost airline coming from Holland. In April we flew among other first customers on their new route from Amsterdam to Helsinki. We didn't have any expectations but we were really happy with the quality of flight with them. Read our review to know more.
Aviator Lounge is one of the 6 business lounges in Copenhagen Airport. Our visit to this lounge was the worse one ever! Read our review how Finnoy Travel has rated Aviator Lounge. In this article, we will also introduce other lounges in Copenhagen Airport.
Puerta del Sol is a business lounge at Madrid Airport in the Terminal 3. There are many inexpensive ways to access the lounge that suits also to budget travellers. Read from our review, how we rated the lounge and how you can access it.
DragonPass comes from China and it allows you to access many airport lounges around the globe. It is a competitor for Priority Pass that is a well-known product in Western countries. We made a review if DragonPass beats Priority Pass. Our surprising answer is YES but read how we ended to this result.
There are countless stories about Ryanair including controversies regarding their misleading advertisements. Besides these, one fact stands, Ryanair being the biggest low-cost airline in Europe has often the cheapest tickets to many destinations. But they are really talented to make customers to pay more than they can understand. Read our remarks and familiarize yourself with our list how Ryanair makes you to pay more and how to avoid these traps.