Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced their new and innovative seats for Premium Economy, Business Class, and First Class on 13 of their Airbus A350-1000s. These seats have been designed in collaboration with Safran Seats, incorporating cutting-edge technology.
Japan Airlines (JAL), a member of the oneworld alliance, has revealed the details of its latest addition to the international fleet. The opulent JAL Airbus A350-1000, delights enhancing passenger experience with a blend of Japanese aesthetics, top-tier technology, and unparalleled comfort.
BemudAir’s refreshing new offer for dreamy escapes to Bermuda introduces an exclusive, elegant in-flight experience. For every traveler inside the plane, the journey will feel like flying on a private jet. BermudAirc onnects the East Coast of North America and Bermuda in style.
Food, drinks, service, fares, seats, safety? Which matters most to you in the aircraft cabin? What elements of the aircraft cabin interior should airlines focus on to improve the overall passenger experience? Take the survey!
Cathay Pacific recently joined the fray with a teaser of its upcoming Aria Suite. This reveal hints at a luxurious and comfortable experience for the discerning business-class traveler.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is set to expand services to various destinations in its network during the Northern Summer 2024 operating season, from 31st March 2024… Read More »Singapore Airlines Expands Schedule to Meet Growing Demand
Korean Air has a new Top Secret Business class suite in the works which will deliver later this year. The new suite will be introduced into the airline’s Boeing Dreamliner B787-10 aircraft and Boeing B777-300ER aircraft.
Acro Aircraft Seating has achieved a significant milestone in being chosen as a Premium Supplier for Airbus. This recognition applies to Economy Class and Premium Economy Class Seats of the BFE catalog 2023 July release.
United Airlines takes a refreshing leap in enhancing passenger experience, introducing new amenity kits featuring Asutra skincare products for business class passengers on premium transcontinental routes connecting west coast hubs and New York City.
Pexco Aerospace’s AirShield technology, which blocks airborne germs and odors, has received STC (special type certificate) certification from the FAA for use on the A320 family of narrowbody aircraft.
United Airlines is once again redefining air travel, announcing the release of a new domestic first class seat that sets the gold standard for in-flight comfort and technology. The upgrade brings together luxurious details and high-tech features, upgrading the passenger experience.
ANA Group and The Pokémon Company continue to transform the skies with their Pokémon Air Adventures project, proudly unveiling the “Eevee Jet NH” – their second collaborative venture in the aviation industry.
Overcoming Jet Lag: A Deep Dive on the Science Behind Qantas’ Design Strategies for Long-Haul Flights
As deep dive into this story of research, innovative design, and scientific discovery, we’ll take you behind the scenes of Qantas Airways’ Project Sunrise. This ambitious endeavor, in collaboration with the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre, explores strategies to combat jet lag. Learn how this research is reshaping air travel and potentially making the skies healthier for frequent flyers.
Jump to Just the Facts New York-Bound: Qantas Unveils Latest Aircraft Get ready, New York! Qantas is making a grand comeback with its first flight since… Read More »Qantas Unveils New York-bound Jetliners, Designer Sleepwear, and Gourmet In-Flight Cuisine
Aircraft Interiors News from Paris Air Show: Vietjet partners with Safran Seats to install up to 24,000 advanced Z200 economy class seats across their Boeing 737 MAX fleet. This collaboration aims to enhance passenger comfort, reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions, emphasizing a commitment to sustainability.
Qantas has revealed the full aircraft cabin design of its Airbus A350, set to pioneer long-haul travel. New product features include a unique Wellbeing Zone, enhanced Premium Economy and Economy cabins, a new Business class suite, an apartment style First-class suite, fast USB-C charging ports, and integrated wireless charging, positioning Qantas at the forefront of aviation innovation.
From far-out aircraft cabin concepts to new products in aircraft interiors, AIX is the place where airlines can find hidden gems in the full spectrum of passenger experience. The Hamburg Messe is the place where the cabin interiors supply chain struts its stuff.
Aviointeriors unveils a new aircraft interiors product: the upgraded HERIC aircraft seating configuration, allowing passengers to convert seats into beds effortlessly. With 100% aisle access, full flat bed, and spacious storage, HERIC offers enhanced passenger comfort. Airlines benefit from lightweight design, easy maintenance, and optimal cabin density. It’s a clever innovation in the business of flight.
Experience the future of business class travel with Collins Aerospace’s Aurora suite. Discover exceptional comfort, intelligent design, and customization options for single-aisle aircraft. Collins aims to elevate your journey with this revolutionary lie-flat Business Class suite.
Unveiling the Luxurious Retreat Suite: Virgin Atlantic’s New Custom “First Class” Aircraft Interiors
A highly customised version of Thompson Aero Seating’s VantageXL First fully flat-bed seat has entered service with Virgin Atlantic as the luxurious Retreat Suite in Upper-Class.
American’s choice of natural tones, including charcoals, light grays, subtle blues, browns, soft golds, and platinum, creates a sense of calm and a feeling of being at home.
The new Australia routes are served by the spacious 377 seat Airbus A330 aircraft with 12 upfront business-class reclining seats for extra comfort and 365 economy seats, including a quiet zone from rows 7 – 14.
The Flyers Rights group and all of those passengers weary of the cabin crunch had a dramatic win this week when a court ruled that… Read More »Despite Court Ruling, Don’t Expect Airline Seat-Width Regulation
Rebel Aero announces that it received EASA ADOA approval for its Rebel S:two seat design.
This alternative seat aims to give Economy passengers some respite in crowded cabins conditions by allowing them to stretch their legs when reclining upright. The seat cushion can be placed in a normal seating position or lifted up, similar to a theatre seat, for easier row egress. When upright, the cushion also functions as a lean-to seat, allowing passengers to travel in a semi-upright position.