The delightful mystery of the SAS A350 which I spotted after landing at Billund Airport this past Friday has been solved; though sadly it doesn’t involve the launch of convenient long-haul travel from LEGO’s headquarters. As the fine folks at […]
[Update: We now know why the SAS A350 was in Billund!] Imagine my delight on approach at Billund Airport on Friday to find the new SAS A350 sitting on the tarmac! I’m not sure what it was doing there, but […]
Finnair reports 6% growth in passenger numbers year-on-year for September, 6.5% Year-on-Year. Finnair also announced an expansion of its A350 routes to Tokyo and Hong Kong as part of the airline’s focus on growth in Asia.
During my tour of the new Finnair A350 from Hamburg to Helsinki, I was especially struck by the capitalisation on light against a neutral canvas. It’s easy to see the light gains from the A350’s larger windows. Add to that Finnair’s mood lighting, with glowing effects programmed into a cool Northern Lights display and a Warm Asia theme, add the opalescent effect of the aircraft’s light grey-white structures, and the Finnair A350 interior positively glows.
Snuggled among the details in a long, detailed, and well-worth reading analysis of the airline’s prospects, the Centre for Aviation, CAPA, reports that Cathay Pacific will fly its new A350XWBs to European destinations including Copenhagen, London Gatwick and Madrid.