The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is warning against protectionist tactics as demand for air travel increases over the next two decades.
It’s Farnborough week and aviation is focused on hardware, but Airbus has put some software to work.
Singapore Airlines had committed itself to a very aggressive installation program, to get its fresh product to market quickly and keep up with competitors in the region. This came after a long process of reviewing whether to introduce a Premium Economy product and the design and development process of what is a very beautiful, and promises to be a very comfortable, flying experience. It seems that the wait will be a little longer yet for some, which is a disappointment, but SIA is doing the right thing by notifying customers and giving them a range of alternatives.
There was a bit of excitement this Sunday when a London Sunday Times article announced that Airbus had finally committed to an A380neo program, attributing the information to Fabrice Brégier, but Flight Chic has confirmed with Airbus representatives that this is not the case.
Etihad Airways, Abu Dhabi, has announced the last details of its long-awaited flight to London of its newly redesigned A380. Flight EY11 is one of three daily flights to London and departs at 2:35 am from Abu Dhabi to land […]
Copenhagen Airport will widen a 3.3 kilometer (2 mile) long runway by summer 2015, as part of its bid to expand international service, to accommodate the A380. This project will be part of planned improvements to the airport’s runways and terminals.