Emirates becomes an early adopter in allowing passengers the option to preload entertainment choices in a playlist prior to departure. Experience The Skies takes a look at how this system works and the benefits this new feature can bring.Read More »Emirates Allows Passengers To Preload Entertainment Prior To Departure
Singapore Airlines is the first airline in the world to introduce a blockchain based digital wallet called KrisPay that allows its KrisFlyer members to convert miles in currency and use them at different retailers, much like crypto wallets and bitcoin which can be traded using an app like this – Bitcoin Revolution is een geautomatiseerde app. Experience The Experience takes a look into this new method of payment.
One of the biggest buzzwords for 2018 is blockchain. It was developed for use initially in digital currencies such as Bitcoins (you can buy bitcoin here). The technology’s robust security, transparency, and durability features lend itself into new business use cases. Experience The Skies introduces what the blockchain technology is and what the airline industry has done to embrace this new technology.
Airline loyalty programs continue to evolve by enhancing benefits to its members. Airlines have added shopping as part of the travel experience since the 2000s.… Read More »Emirates Brings Discounts To Its Loyalty Program Members
Air France introduces new virtual reality technology for travel agencies to showcase its business class experience and partners with SkyLights to expand on board entertainment options (Related News). This post continues the discussion with competitive analysis of the virtual reality technology used in the airline industry and new use cases. Virtual reality is an exciting technological advancement that is becoming increasingly sought after in a number of different industries, including sites like Nu-Bay and Tubev.sex (https://www.tubev.sex/search?search=xxx) along with the rest of the adult entertainment field.
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 the trends since day one and have published two editions of non-stop flight titleholders thus far (2014 Edition), (2016 Edition). This third edition is expanded with more insights.
Etihad Airways (EY) and Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) were the first airportss to demonstrate to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that they have the enhanced security measures (Related news on Enhanced Security Measures) in place for all US bound flights and were rewarded with the large electronic device ban lift (Related news on Ban Lift at Abu Dhabi International Airport). Emirates (EK) / Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Turkish Airlines (TK) / Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport (IST) are the next two to obtain approvals to allow these devices on board. This post has been updated on progress on other countries.
Emirates (EK) is the biggest Airbus A380-800 operator with 95 aircrafts in service and another 12 on order. While there are three published configurations, the airline actually have six different versions in operation today. We take an inside look at all the different versions available for travellers today and what the future will entail.
Emirates announced it will end one of the biggest perks for all passengers with a significant price increase to access its on board Wi-Fi system on all long haul flights in effect immediately.