Airlines is Indian Drama TV series. Produced by Miditech. Stars: Tulip Joshi. It premiered on Aug 24, 2014, on Star Plus.
How Many Seasons Of Airlines Are There: 1 (6 episodes)
Season premieres on August 24, 2014
Star Plus, 6 episodes
Airlines is on Star Plus (India) Sundays at 9 pm
S1E6 (A passenger gives birth to her baby on board) - Air Date: Sep 28, 2014 (5 years ago)
Hawaiian Airlines Launches New Boston-to-Oahu Service (Plus Some Island Insider Secrets) - via Forbes
Debbi K. Kickham is a former Editor of Robb Report Magazine—"The Millionaire's Magazine" (www.robbreport.com)—and a current and veteran member of the Society of American Travel Writers, www.satw.org. A professional travel journalist for more than 25 years, Debbi has criss-crossed the globe - going everywhere from Boston to Bora Bora—writing travel articles for a wealth of magazines and newspapers that include The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, The National Post, The Vancouver Sun, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Glamour Magazine, Cigar Aficionado Magazine, InStyle Weddings Magazine, Bridal Guide Magazine (Contributing Editor to the Travel Section), Bellaonline (Hawaii and Spas Editor), For The Bride Magazine, Destination I Do Magazine, Caviar Affair Magazine, WellesleyWeston Magazine, US Airways Magazine, Continental Airlines Magazine, Gatehouse Media, Porthole Magazine, Simply The Best Magazine, First for Women Magazine- including custom-published magazines for Sheraton and the Ritz-Carlton. She was also the "Passionate Collector" columnist for the custom-published Sotheby's Domain Magazine. 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She also created the magazine's signature tag line at the time, "The Magazine For People With Million-Dollar Taste." Her warm, bubbly personality, and business savvy also led her to become the national on-air media spokesperson for other businesses, including AT&T, SureFit Slipcovers (exclusively on Home Shopping Network, HSN), and VELCRO USA. The Globetrotter's Get-Gorgeous Guide© is Debbi's third published book—and a bestseller. It achieved Number One in sales on Amazon.com in the "Honeymoon Travel Guide" category, and has been featured in prestigious media including USA TODAY, The Boston Globe, Fitness Magazine, American Airlines Magazine, JustLuxe.com, Destination W Magazine, Destination I Do Magazine, Karry On Australia, Johnny Jet, Peter Greenberg Worldwide - and many, many more. It is the ultimate "Tour of Beauty" and a goldmine of get-gorgeous information. www.GorgeousGlobetrotter.com. Debbi is always available for speaking engagements, and is a frequent guest lecturer about her book, to business groups, women's organizations, libraries, chambers of commerce, Rotary groups—and she has even lectured about her bestseller on cruise ships such as Silversea Cruises and Royal Caribbean. Her first book, "I Love Men in Tasseled Loafers: How To Judge Men By Their Shoes"©, was published in 1988 by Quinlan Press. She single-handedly marketed and promoted the book, including sending the book to the media in Allen-Edmonds shoe boxes, and press releases rolled up and tied with actual leather laces with tassels. Her second book, "Off The Wall Marketing Ideas: Jumpstart Your Sales Without Busting Your Budget"©, was co-written with friend Nancy Michaels, and published by Adams Media in 2000. The book made The Boston Globe's Nonfiction Bestseller List in just 11 days after publication, and led Debbi to appearances on a wealth of media including CNN, National Public Radio, and articles about her in publications that include Entrepreneur Magazine and Investors Business Daily. Debbi has made hundreds of media appearances in her career, promoting her clients, and her books, and has also been the featured guest speaker at numerous in-person speaking engagements. She is also the former Editor-in-Chief of Mirror Magazine, Boston's first magazine that was dedicated to beauty and well-being. Debbi is the owner of Maxima Marketing in Westwood, Mass., (www.Marketingauthor.com), and provides marketing and public relations consulting to clients in all industries, especially the beauty and luxury sectors. She works with plastic surgeons, cosmetic dentists, hair salons and skincare salons, masterminding strategies that include developing unusual story angles; creating marketing plans and signature tag lines; writing press releases, ads and newsletters; copywriting; media placement, and product naming. She produces for clients what Maxima Marketing's tagline promises: "Making You Memorable, Moving You Ahead." When Debbi is not traveling the globe, getting spa treatments, shopping for gorgeous clothes, writing luxury articles, marketing exclusive clientele, exercising, buying cosmetics, and finding the humor in everyday life, she loves to watch movies, reads voraciously, flirts with her handsome husband Bill, and studies Combat Sambo (Russian martial arts), in which she is an orange belt. What are Debbi's must-haves when traveling? A silk pillowcase and eye mask; Oscillococcinum, which is a homeopathic remedy for flu symptoms; Sunsweet 20-calorie cherry-essence dried plums; Kashi cereal, raisins and powdered milk for breakfast and snacks; a luxury bar of La Belle Vie Black Cherry Soap (www.tonsavon.com); a travel roll of duct tape; and Karin Herzog Swiss chocolate facial moisturizer. Oh yes—and what's her favorite travel accessory? Her handsome husband Bill. You can email Debbi at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter at @SATWgal. Her FB page is The Globetrotter's Get-Gorgeous Guide.
Copa Airlines debuts new jet, lie-flat seats from San Francisco [PHOTOS] - via Sfgate
Ethiopian Airlines App Adds Alipay Through CellPoint Mobile Payment Platform - via Prnewswire
What Southwest Airlines is doing to retain CX leadership - via Cmo
19 People Confirmed Sick on Emirates Flight to JFK After 100 Report Feeling Ill - via Nbcnewyork
Ethiopian Airlines multiplie les acquisitions dans le ciel africain au grand dam d'Air France - via Latribune
Ethiopian Airlines étend ses ailes dans le ciel africain. Plus grande compagnie aérienne africaine avec plus de 10 millions de passagers transportés, et une flotte jeune et moderne de plus d'une centaine d'appareils, le transporteur d'Afrique de l'Est multiplie les investissements dans des compagnies d'autres pays d'Afrique subsaharienne. Après avoir déjà investi dans le capital de la togolaise Asky (40%) et de Malawian Airlines (49%), Ethiopian Airlines vient de prendre une participation dans quatre autres transporteurs africains, a indiqué le 21 août à l'AFP son directeur général, Tewolde Gebremariam.
United Airlines Strengthens Commitment to Top Corporate Customers with Launch of United Corporate Preferred - via Prnewswire
Air Transat, Flair Airlines sign on with Aimia as Aeroplan partners - via Thestar
Porter Airlines and Aeroplan Announce New Comprehensive Partnership - via Markets
CEO-in-waiting talks about Spirit Airlines' future - via Startribune
Christie sat down with The Associated Press recently at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and talked about how Spirit will handle rising fuel costs, the airline's plan for growth, and how it will improve its reputation. The answers have been edited for length.
Ethiopian Airlines Self-Check-in Initiative: Customers can now check-in by using mobile devices - News Ghana - via Newsghana
American Airlines Asked Its Employees to Describe the Airline in 3 Words. What Resulted Was Sad, Sad, Sad - Inc. - via Inc
US judge dismisses litigation over missing Malaysia Airlines flight - Business News - The Star Online - via Thestar
'By far the worst airline ever!' - Kiwis forward Martin Taupau hits out at United Airlines after being stranded in Denver - TVNZ - via Tvnz
Why Alaska Airlines Is Our Favorite Frequent Flyer Program - Simple Flying - via Simpleflying