Experience The Skies is serious about food. We believe part of the overall passenger travel experience surrounds the culinary or lack thereof adventures they go through on the daily basis. As such, we created a new series called Foodies In The Skies to create a dialogue.
Airport Lounge Development (ALD) is celebrating its 10th year in 2016. Since its first offering at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in 2006. The company, part of UK’s Collinson Group, created The Club concept catering to travellers looking for comfort prior to their flight departures.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) introduces a new concierge program for passengers looking for a premium experience at the airport.
(Post published first on February 23 with updates on February 29, 2016) Concerned over low ridership, Metrolinx which operates Toronto’s airport train service Union Pearson Express (UP Express) will announce it will lower prices to attract more passengers.
In part 1, Experience The Skies introduced the Crystal Cabin Award ® and included the 2016 finalists in four out of the eight categories. This post continues with the other four categories.
The Crystal Cabin Award ® is celebrating its 10th year at Hamburg, Germany in 2016. The Crystal Cabin Award Association announced the finalists for the latest edition of the awards on March 7, 2016. The awards will be handed out at the Aircraft Interiors Expo to be held April 4-6, 2016.
Technology has not been changed much when it comes to lavatory cleanliness and hygiene over the years. Millions of passengers travelling daily are exposed to bacteria and germs left behind. Boeing is well aware of the potential health concerns and works to answer the question: “What if the lavatory could clean itself after every use?”
Emirates postpones its Central American launch further into the year.
A Canadian consortium purchased London City Airport (LCY) for an estimated £2bn (US$2.78 bn).
Singapore Airlines (SQ) takes delivery of its first of 67 Airbus A350s on March 3, 2016.