After months of development and short preview teases, British Airways unveiled the much anticipated new international business class seat named Club Suite. The redesigned seat will help the airline compete in the highly competitive premium segment.Read More »British Airways Unveiled New International Business Class Named Club Suite
Qatar Airways will debut its much touted Qsuite business class product on a flight from Doha’s Hamad International Airport (DOH) to London’s Heathrow Airport (LHR)… Read More »Qatar Airways Debuts New Qsuite Business Class On June 24
Austrian Airlines is the latest to introduce a premium economy cabin into its long haul fleet of Boeing 767s and 777s sometime during the Summer 2017 season.
International Airlines Group (IAG), parent company to British Airways, will start a new long haul low cost carrier (LCC) named LEVEL based at the Barcelona El-Prat Airport (BCN). Taking a page off another LCC, WOW Air, introductory fares start at €99/US$149 one way.
Qatar Airways Qatar Airways introduces a new business class seat called Qsuite. The 5 star Skytrax rated airline unveiled this new seat at the ITB… Read More »Qatar Airways Introduces New Business Class Seats Dubbed Qsuite
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?”
Since our first report of the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) Cabin Refresh (News), we have been tracking the Star Alliance member’s progress on its long haul fleet.
United Airlines continues to make improvement in its effort to attract passengers. In the last post, we highlighted some of the behind the scenes changes (News – October 28, 2015). Today, we will focus on the catering, cabin upgrades and other operational changes that are being rolled out.
There has been speculation that Qatar Airways (QR)’s newly delivered Boeing 777-300ER (ID: A7-BEE) features ten across in economy class.