From the moment passengers step onto an aircraft, the cabin interior plays a big role in setting the tone for the rest of their flight. Comfort, space, and amenities are some of the key ingredients that makes the flying experience enjoyable. In this series, we will examine some of the most common cabin interior features in […]
(First posted in the morning Eastern Standard Time and updated in the evening). Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of UK Government, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines (JL), Qantas Airways (QF), Boeing / Inmarsat and American Airlines (AA).
Back in July 2014, IBM and Apple jointly announced a partnership that would have the global giants work together to build mobile applications catered to the enterprise. Today, the partnership announced the first round of MobileFirst applications.
Japan Airlines Japan has its own telecommunication protocol (e.g. distinct LTE bands) which can make it difficult for oversea passengers to use their mobile devices aboard. Japan Airlines (IATA Airline Code – JL) in partnership with Wire and Wireless Co., Ltd announced that they will begin to offer free internet access to JL’s oversea travellers.
Delta Air Lines Delta Air Lines (IATA Airline Code – DL) updated both their Fly Delta applications to version 3.0 for iOS (Download from Apple App Store) and Android (Download from Google Play) this week. What’s new and unique?
Lower Flight Prices Google (NASDAQ – GOOG) announced today that they have updated their flight search option which would notify users lower prices on specific flight searches.