Aircraft manufacturers Boeing and rival Airbus have been working hard on extending flight ranges in their 777/787 and A350/A380 programs since their introduction into service. In combination with lower fuel prices, airlines have been taken risks in flying longer routes non-stop shattering distance current operating records in the process. Experience The Skies have been following […]
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Air Canada, Air India, American Airlines, Hainan Airlines, easyJet, SriLankan Airlines, SWISS Air Lines International, United Airlines, Auckland Airport, Montreal Pierre Trudeau International Airport, light rail transit, biometrics, Bombardier CS300, Airbus A320neo, Boeing 787.
Delta Air Lines will receive its first of fifteen Airbus A350-900 aircrafts in July 2017. The first aircraft went through its maiden test flight at Airbus assembly center located in Toulouse, France on May 24, 2017. We go behind the scenes on Delta Air Lines’ journey with this aircraft thus far and what lies ahead as the […]
Air Canada announced plans to end its long standing direct relationship with Aimia’s Aeroplan loyalty program and launches its own unnamed unit in 2020. While it is business as usual for all stakeholders, the future launch will have big impact for travellers, the airline, loyalty program competition and banks.
Air Canada announced it is purchasing Bombardier’s new C-Series aircrafts with delivery planned in late 2019 to 2022.
We reported earlier that NewLeaf Travel will begin commercial operations by February 2016 (News – January 7, 2016). Introductory fares start at CDN$89 to CDN$149 (tax included). In this insight, we will examine how competitive its product mix is against the incumbent airlines (Air Canada, WestJet, and Porter Airlines).
NewLeaf Travel unveils itself as a new “ultra-low-cost” alternative for travellers looking for cheap fares. Its focus will be connecting destinations between Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Nova Scotia. Experience The Skies examines this new airline and how it compares to its biggest competitors Air Canada (AC), WestJet (WS) and Porter Airlines (PD).
Star Alliance expands its network reach with the launch of its Connecting Partner Model. The new concept will invite selective “low-cost” and “hybrid” airlines to join the network and provide passengers with more choices.
Starting this year, we worked closely with our partner Loungereview.com on providing insights to various airport lounges internationally. This is the first product from the partnership entitled The Ultimate Guide to the LAX Airport Lounge Scene. We will publish additional guides from some of the top cities in the world. Visit LoungeReview and Experience The Skies regularly […]
WestJet Airlines introduced new benefits to its Premium Economy class product called Plus across its fleet of Boeing 737s, 767s and Bombardier Q400s.