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One in 16 Passengers Should Expect Easter Flight Delays, Report

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Travel insurance specialists Columbus Direct warn of travel delays in Europe over the Easter holiday period. The insurer says that one out of 16 passengers (on average) experienced flight delays of one hour or longer during the same holiday period last year. The travel insurer worked with flight-tracking company, FlightStats, to analyse data from the… 

This Is the Self-Tracking Bag You’ll Covet, but Shame About the Logistics

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Without a doubt, the Rimowa digital check-in luggage is a luggage fiend’s dream come true. But these Red Dot design award winners may not solve your biggest baggage problem.

This beautifully designed luggage is the collaborative project between luxury travel bag manufacturers Rimowa, Airbus, the manufacturers of the super sleek A350 who build other nifty planes too, and ever-stylish Lufthansa.

SAS Business class seat with Hästens bedding. Source: SAS

SAS Launches New Los Angeles Route

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SAS launches its first flight from Stockholm to Los Angeles today as part of the airline’s investment in long-haul expansion.

The new route will introduce daily service from Arlanda to L.A., with an outbound flight SK939 departing Stockholm at 9:50 am and landing in LA at 12:15. The return flight SK940 departs L.A. at 2:15 and arrives to Stockholm, Arlanda at 10:00 am.

JetStar Delivers Plenty of Panda Power With New Kung Fu Panda Livery

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JetStar Group, Qantas Airlines’ low-cost division, has launched a new film franchise partnership with DreamWorks’ Kung Fu Panda 3 with the reveal of a new panda-packed livery. Let some jet-powered cuteness power-up your weekend! Learn more about how flagship carrier Qantas made a Low-Cost division work by keeping the two entities… 

City of Hamburg Invests in the Future of Aerospace with State of the Art Research Centre

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The Hanseatic city of Hamburg has invested in the future of aviation by opening a state of the art aeronautical research centre which will foster new technologies to improve the aerospace industry.

The new 26,000 square metre ZAL TechCenter of Applied Aeronautical Research will house up to 600 specialising in fields of research such as fuel cells, aircraft cabin technology, 3D printing, Industry 4.0/Internet of Things (IoT), acoustics, and virtual reality.

As Wi-Fi Space Race Intensifies, Gogo Takes Bold Leap to Global Coverage

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Gogo has announced a new Major Capacity Agreement with satellite company Intelsat on the Intelsat Globalised Network, becoming the anchor tenant for the world’s first GEO/LEO Shared Network, Intelsat/OneWeb.

“Gogo’s open strategy gives us the ability to look to the entire satellite market for innovation, and Intelsat’s EpicNG satellites combined with OneWeb’s LEO constellation offers numerous advantages for aviation,” said Gogo’s president and CEO, Michael Small.

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