Also, In the Skies: 25 Hot Aviation Happenings in Week 40

Hot happenings in the skies this week include a breath of fresh air.

Out of the Shower, Aniston Kids Around on Emirates

We now know what happens when Jennifer Aniston comes out of that Emirates A380 First class shower which got some people in a lather last year.

Beauty Tips for the Stars from CPH Tax Free

Copenhagen Airport’s Tax Free stores have come up with a clever way to promote beauty products, by sharing top make-up application tips targeted at a young and vibrant traveller demographic. The short beauty how-to videos are filmed “on-set” at CPH […]

Norwegian Gives Roald Dahl his Very Own Peachy Plane

Norwegian has announced that beloved author Roald Dahl will become the airline’s first ever British ‘tail fin hero’. The announcement comes as the world celebrates ‘Roald Dahl Day’ marking his 100th birthday. Born in Cardiff, Dahl was of Norwegian descent. The new Roald […]

Icelandair Wants Icelanders to Get Out and Find their City

Iceland is doing a lot to promote as a destination, and both Icelandair and WOW Air offer nifty stop-over packages for those who would rather take a leisurely skip and hop accross the Atlantic, than one quick leap.

But Icelandair is also promoting out-bound tourism, encouraging Icelanders to tap into their adventurous Nordic roots, get out, and explore the world.

Recaro Promises Cleaner Airplane Cabins

You can now (sort of) relax over gross stories of airplane seat tray tables, and stop worrying (somewhat) about how many unwashed hands have touched that seat armrest you’re sharing on your flight.

Two Inspiring Swedish Women Grace Norwegian’s Latest Aircraft

Two influential Swedish women now grace the tail of Norwegian planes: author and feminist Fredrika Bremer, and artist and designer Karin Larsson.

Tail Fins and Cuba Libres: As US Airlines Head for Havana, Can Americans Find the Place?

This week, JetBlue became the first airline to reopen commercial service between the U.S. and Cuba.

Other U.S. carriers have already announced details of their plans.

What will this all mean for Cuba?