Flight Chic was given the honour of being among select members of the world’s press to tour the prototype cabin of Airbus’ A350XWB aircraft and,… Read More »Catalogue Wars: The Rise of the “Beige” Design Centres
Chris Emerson, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Airbus addresses the press with the good news on the A350XWB, image FCMedia/Flight Chic © 2014 The “Future… Read More »Airbus Confirms: The A350XWB will be a tight squeeze, and that’s just the right fit.
Lithium-Ion Battery incidents have plagued Boeing’s visionary 787 Dreamliner, much to the dismay of both the aircraft manufacturer and the airlines who fly this plane.… Read More »Securing the Dream: FAA Team Finds Boeing 787 Design Safe to Continue Flying into the Future
As the tragic disappearance of Malaysia flight MH370 continues to haunt and perplex us, the world reaches for answers in an information vacuum. There’s been a… Read More »Malaysia MH370: What Questions Should We Ask Ourselves?
A disruptive passenger is defined as “a passenger who fails to respect the rules of conduct at an airport or on board an aircraft or… Read More »The Unruly Passenger Crisis: In the Cabin, Cool Heads Must Prevail
In their Guidance for Turbulence Management report IATA emphasise the importance of seat-belt use by passengers, as well as an effective seat-belt protocol for airlines.… Read More »IATA Emphasises Seat Belts and Self-Preservation for Crew During Turbulence
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow If I could accurately predict the future, I would not be writing this. I would be sunning myself on the beach… Read More »Profits Ain’t Peanuts (Part Five: The Seeds of Tomorrow)
In this third instalment of Profits Ain’t Peanuts we discuss the use of PEDs on board aircraft, inflight connectivity services, and IFE. In today’s world data… Read More »Profits Ain’t Peanuts (Part Three: Take a Byte)
This post is not about aliens from Ork, but it is about other seemingly alien things. Nano Technology may seem alien now, but hopefully we… Read More »Nano-Nano: The future of aviation is small. Tiny even.