Norwegian (NAS) has reported a doubling of profits in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the same period last year.
Emirates and Boeing have partnered to sponsor ‘View from Above’ UAV aerial filming project which will span 18 destinations around the world.
Emirates describes the ‘View from Above’ project as “one of the largest aerial filming projects ever conducted using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).”
Filming took place in 18 destinations on five continents, including Emirates’ hub in Dubai and Boeing’s home in Seattle.
As we come closer to the beginning of a brand new year, I want to take a moment to thank all of you for stopping by FlightChic for a unique perspective on the skies.
I thought I’d share three of the aircraft interiors stories that interested you most here on FlightChic.
During my tour of the new Finnair A350 from Hamburg to Helsinki, I was especially struck by the capitalisation on light against a neutral canvas. It’s easy to see the light gains from the A350’s larger windows. Add to that Finnair’s mood lighting, with glowing effects programmed into a cool Northern Lights display and a Warm Asia theme, add the opalescent effect of the aircraft’s light grey-white structures, and the Finnair A350 interior positively glows.
Finnair has announced that it will extend its Miami service year-round, and will fly to Miami three times a week in summer 2016. The airline has also add frequencies to its Chicago, increasing service from three flights a week in summer 2015 to five flights a week in summer 2016.
The WPS event, takes place in Hamburg, Germany, this 20-22 October, and is expected to attract more than 700 high-level delegates including airlines, global distribution systems and travel technology providers, airports, and travel management companies.
Miami International Airport (MIA) has announced its new and expanded service offerings to and from key European destinations for the Winter of 2015.
Singapore Airlines has redesigned its website with a sparkling UX interface that looks fabulous on all devices, from desktop to smartphone.
Now that EVA Air has revealed its latest Hello Kitty jet in Houston, the airline gives us a peek at the elaborate paint process.