The A330-300 Enhanced was introduced by Airbus this year to address some of the shortcomings in payload and range. What is the major difference of this variant to the first version and what is its future for the aircraft manufacturer?
Aeroplan announced some new changes to its award redemption chart that will be effective starting on December 15, 2015.
We featured the majestic Concorde a couple of times on Experience The Skies (Throwback Thursday of the last flight (link) and Airbus’ new patent of the next generation sonic jet (link)). Today, there are two pieces of news that will bring a smile to aviation enthusiasts.
ANA All Nippon Airways (ANA) (NH) signed a five year licensing agreement with LucasArts to promote the new Star Wars movie franchise.
United Airlines announced Oscar Munoz will serve as the new President and Chief Executive Officer for the company immediately. Munoz will also continue to serve on United’s board of directors.
The International Aviation Transport Authority (IATA) announced that Alaska Airlines achieved “Platinum” status in its Fast Travel Program.
Delta Air Lines adjusts its Hong Kong flight schedule from Seattle and restart flights from Tokyo for the Winter schedule.
WestJet Airlines announced it will start seasonal non-stop flights between Vancouver, British Columbia to Orlando, Florida starting on January 1, 2016. This will serve to be the only non-stop flight between two province/state.
American Airlines has five daily flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The airline uses Boeing 737s on this route typically. From October 5 to December 16, 2015, one of the Boeing aircrafts will be substituted.
Singapore Airlines (SQ) debuted its long awaited Premium Economy class product back in August (News on the product – May 21, 2015). While retrofitting is on going for the airline’s fleet of Boeing 777-300ERs, there is a delay for the introduction on board the airline’s double decker Airbus A380.