IATA As part of its annual general meeting held in Miami, USA, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced a new size guideline for carry-on bags with the goal to maximize cabin storage space on board most narrow and widebody aircraft types. Refer to press release for video insert from IATA. (Originally posted on June 10 […]
Apple Watch Applications April 24 is the release date of the much anticipated Apple Watch. Many aviation related applications for airlines and airports have been approved and included in the Apple App Store. Experience The Skies explores the first version of these applications and discuss what future developments lie ahead to improve the passenger experience.
British Airways Following a successful implementation of its pre-order meal service for its First, Club World and World Traveller Plus passengers (refer to our coverage of this new service), British Airways (BA) is expanding this program to World Traveller passengers flying its hub at London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) to selected international cities starting in May 12, 2015.
Qatar Airways Due to passenger demands, the Gulf airline decided to move up the date for its second daily Airbus A380 service from its hub located in Hamad International Airport (DOH) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR).
British Airways Back in September 2014, British Airways (BA) announced (refer to this link for the news release) that it will refresh 18 Boeing 747s in its fleet to bring a consistent on board experience to its customers similar to its new Boeing 787s and Airbus A380s.
Emirates The Middle East airline is adding significant capacity into Boston in the second half of the year (refer to our additional coverage of Emirates new and expanded service to Orlando / Seattle here). It currently operates a daily flight from its hub at Dubai International Airpot (DXB) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) with a Boeing […]
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(First published on November 11, 2014 with additional updates on February 6, 2015) Have you gotten on a flight and found out that your preferred meal choice was all taken? Following a successful trial back in the Summer, pre-order meals is now available on selected British Airways (BA) routes starting on December 1, 2014.
Concorde’s Last Flight It has been more than 11 years since British Airways (BA)’s Concorde stopped operations. The London based airline posted a page celebrating the Concorde’s history as part of its own anniversary (refer here for details). As such, we are dedicating this week’s Throwback Thursday pic to the Concorde.