The airline is the official sponsor of fashion shows around the world and has strutted its style from Berlin to Lakme to Sydney to New York to London and finally Milan.
This year gave us plenty to write about in the airline space. Among all the stories of technology, regulations, profits and amenities, two aircraft interiors programs stood out as big surprises.
This year, 5,499 students from around the world registered to participate in the ‘Fly Your Ideas’ student challenge organised through partnership between Airbus and UNESCO.
Singapore Airlines has announced the launch of a new route to Stockholm, via Moscow, served by the airline’s A350-900 aircraft. These flights will operate as codeshare with SAS Scandinavian Airlines.
In a quintessentially Pacific Northwest way (think Voodoo Donuts), Alaska Airlines has made the case for its newly blended brand with the official close of its Virgin America acquisition. The magic, they argue, is in the whole.
Stop what you’re doing right now. I don’t care what it is (unless you’re directing air traffic) you will want to take a few minutes to create your own Northern Lights, using science and Icelandair technology.
Air Seoul, the new South Korean low-cost carrier based at Seoul Incheon International Airport, has launched its operations using SITA’s Horizon Passenger Management and Distribution systems.
Want a cheap holiday? Have 15 minutes to spare? You can now go to Westfield Stratford and fly a Boeing Dreamliner for free. Low-cost airline Norwegian has teamed up with Boeing to launch a 5D virtual reality experience at Westfield […]
I have no idea what is happening here, but I want another serving, please.