Air Japan has made the strategic decision to leverage the advanced features of Bluebox’s Blueview Onboard Retail and IFE. The Blueview digital services platform will be integrated into the airline’s Boeing B787 aircraft, elevating the in-flight experience.
Brace yourselves for the return of crowded cabins, but that’s good news indeed. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has just unveiled their traffic data for May 2023. It’s no surprise that the appetite for air travel is back on the rise.
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.
ANA Group and The Pokémon Company continue to transform the skies with their Pokémon Air Adventures project, proudly unveiling the “Eevee Jet NH” – their second collaborative venture in the aviation industry.
Aircraft Interiors News from Paris Air Show: Vietjet partners with Safran Seats to install up to 24,000 advanced Z200 economy class seats across their Boeing 737 MAX fleet. This collaboration aims to enhance passenger comfort, reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions, emphasizing a commitment to sustainability.
Qantas just unveiled its all-new Airbus A350 cabin that will fly on the new world’s longest flight come 2025 — take a look inside!
Qantas has revealed the full aircraft cabin design of its Airbus A350, set to pioneer long-haul travel. New product features include a unique Wellbeing Zone, enhanced Premium Economy and Economy cabins, a new Business class suite, an apartment style First-class suite, fast USB-C charging ports, and integrated wireless charging, positioning Qantas at the forefront of aviation innovation.
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.
Aviointeriors unveils a new aircraft interiors product: the upgraded HERIC aircraft seating configuration, allowing passengers to convert seats into beds effortlessly. With 100% aisle access, full flat bed, and spacious storage, HERIC offers enhanced passenger comfort. Airlines benefit from lightweight design, easy maintenance, and optimal cabin density. It’s a clever innovation in the business of flight.
Aviointeriors Introduces “Seaty Flyer”: Revolutionizing Seating in the eVTOL Aircraft Market for Urban Air Mobility
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The Crystal Cabin Awards 2023 celebrated groundbreaking innovations in the aviation industry, showcasing a more connected, comfortable, and sustainable future of air travel.
Experience the future of business class travel with Collins Aerospace’s Aurora suite. Discover exceptional comfort, intelligent design, and customization options for single-aisle aircraft. Collins aims to elevate your journey with this revolutionary lie-flat Business Class suite.
STELIA Aerospace and Air France unveiled an exclusive new Business seat, designed for Air France’s long-haul flights. With features like Full Flat, Full Access, and Full Privacy, passengers can enjoy a spacious bed, direct aisle access, and a sliding door for privacy. The seat incorporates premium materials and boasts the largest 4K Ultra HD screen in Air France’s Business cabin. This collaboration sets a new standard for luxury air travel.
The airline is introducing a new premium product on long-haul routes under the name “Allegris” in all travel classes (Economy, Premium Economy, Business, and First Class). The “Allegris” product generation includes new seats and a new travel experience in all classes. It will launch in 2023.
The new Australia routes are served by the spacious 377 seat Airbus A330 aircraft with 12 upfront business-class reclining seats for extra comfort and 365 economy seats, including a quiet zone from rows 7 – 14.
Air France/KLM has selected Gogo 2Ku high-speed satellite-based connections to offer customers new Wi-Fi connections on long-haul flights.
The new contract covers 124 aircraft, including the airlines’ Boeing 777 and Airbus A330 planes. The airlines will also have the option to install this Wi-Fi on more aircraft in future.
Travellers don’t like dealing with people. That’s the conclusion of SITA’s latest Passenger Survey revealed during the Air Transport IT Summit this year.
Instead, most travellers are happiest using technology, but how passengers respond to the various self-service travel services available depends on the individual passenger type. SITA has put its Passenger Quiz on-line. Take it and find out what category you fall under.
As it enters Year 3 of its “Always Getting Better” (AGB) campaign, Ryanair has revealed its 2016 customer experience initiatives which include service, digital, and inflight experience developments.
The drive towards higher levels of investment, compared to global competition, in smart technologies for China’s airports and airlines is driven both by the growing population of air travelers placing and by those passengers actively mobile lifestyle.
Airlines launch new long-haul routes and set new records, on the same week that NASA announces new low-boom Supersonic aircraft project.
So which way are we headed around the world? The long and winding road, or fast as the meteor flies?
With this new route, Air China becomes the first airline offering Chongqing to Dubai service. This is also Air China’s second international link to the Middle East, following the launch of its Beijing-Dubai service.
Air China currently flies from Chongqing to 25 domestic cities and five international and regional cities including: Tokyo, Seoul, San Francisco, Hong Kong, and Taipei.