It’s a bittersweet symphony this airline industry. Last year, around this time, in Rome, we celebrated the debut of Alitalia’s new uniforms.
Finnair has announced a very sweet partnership with fine Finnish food, café, bakery and confectionery brand Fazer.
Air Transat has partnered with Quebec chef Daniel Vézina to offer a selection of gourmet meals on its flights, inspired by the chef’s signature recipes.
Finnair has announced that it will reassume the control and responsibility of preparing and developing the meals for their flights.
Qantas Airlines has turned its new Business class amenity kits into veritable works of art, featuring works from 16 Australian artists.
Qatar Airways has announced that it will loan laptops to Business Class flyers travelling on flights to the U.S. affected by the recent electronics ban for these routes.
Airlines affected by the electronics ban are not sitting idle. They have come up with clever ways to reassure passengers that they can still enjoy their flight, with or without laptops.
Alaska Airlines will scrap the Virgin America brand and, instead, re-bake itself to offer a new product and fresh attitude. Is it enough?
Qantas has revealed its next generation Premium Economy seat, a custom-designed Thompson Aero Seating model, which will debut on the airline’s fleet of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.