The UK CAA’s report on airline website accessibility shines a light on problem areas and suggests fixes airlines should focus on to improve their digital channels.
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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.
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I spent a bit of time this month writing about IATA’s proposed ‘Cabin OK’ program: introducing it, clearing up misconceptions, and, finally, reporting on its demise, er, “pause.”
This is the second of two posts today, which review the Cabin OK aftermath. I promise to let the matter drop after that.
I must say I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a general uproar brought about by a single proposal by IATA, or airlines in general.
Now that the hullabaloo has all but subsided, I’d like to highlight the positive side of all of this–power to the people–and some opportunities to get really riled up, which we should not let pass us by.
The new Space-Flex v2 cabin which is a collaborative development between Airbus and Zodiac Aerospace will include a second option of the integrated “Space-Flex” PRM (Persons with Reduced Mobility) lavatory and galley module.
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