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Norwegian Expands its Reach, Acquiring Widerøe

  • 9 min read

In an exciting move shaking up the Nordic aviation landscape, Norwegian is set to acquire fellow Norwegian airline, Widerøe. Previously a part of the SAS family, Widerøe will maintain its unique identity, with its brand, organization, and Bodø-based head office remaining intact. 

Inside the New Hygge SAS Comfort Kits

  • 5 min read

As the peak travel season buzz fills the air, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), your trusted companion on the skies between the US and Scandinavia for over seven decades, is elevating the travel experience.

IATA and AAHK team up to attract top talent in Hong Kong

  • 4 min read

✈️ IATA is joining forces with the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) to host the Hong Kong Aviation Day on 2-3 August 2023. The event promises to bolster the sector and encourage more people to join the exciting world of aviation.

Vegas, Here We Come! Avelo Airlines Launches New Base in Sin City

  • 11 min read

Vegas enthusiasts! Avelo Airlines is about to give you another reason to pack your bags and head to the city that never sleeps. In a bold move, the airline is doubling down on Las Vegas – and we’re not talking about a game of blackjack. More flights to Vegas? Yes, please! Value for money? Absolutely. Convenient schedules? You bet!

Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or headed to Vegas for a big business conference, Avelo Airlines is ready to take you there. So, brace yourself for an exhilarating flight experience that’s just as exciting as the destination itself.

Why You Should Attend AIX Hamburg 2024

  • 6 min read

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.

Feast Your Eyes: The Making of Cathay Pacific A350

  • 1 min read

I love watching “how it’s made” videos. This one takes us through the manufacturing process of Cathay Pacific Airways’ new A350 aircraft which landed for the first time in Hong Kong yesterday.

Cathay is the sixth airline to fly Airbus’ sleek wide body introduced in 2014.

The Cathay A350-900 feautres a three class layout with 280 seats in all, including 38 Business Class seats convertible to fully lie-flat beds, 28 in Premium Economy seats and 214 Economy seats..

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