With the Airbus and Bombardier Aerospace C Series deal closed, the CS100 and CS300 names are changed to A220-100 and A220-300 to form the new A220 family of aircrafts. In addition, JetBlue Airways announced a mega deal to purchase 60 A220-300 aircrafts to become an all Airbus shop in the future.
Virgin Australia hopes to become the first airline in the world to implement pop up check-in counters at different off-site locations across Australia to ease airport congestions and manage larger groups of passengers.
Over the past five years, the biggest North American airlines installed Wi-Fi improve connectivity. Most of them charges for internet access with the exception of JetBlue Airways which provides complimentary access for their passengers. In 2018, a new trend is brewing as airlines expands or introduces free messaging on board. Experience The Skies reveals which North American […]
Train and plane rides can be the fun part of a trip. The roundtrip journey to the train station and airport can be a bigger challenge for those with kids, a lot of baggages or riding public transportation. One solution is for train operators and airlines to partner with rideshare providers to allow for […]
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.
First reported in mid June (News Digest), American Airlines is partnering with Analogic Corporation and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to use Computed Tomography (CT) technology at airports worldwide for scanning carry-on baggages.
Experience The Skies reported on June 14, 2017 that Delta Air Lines’ is trialling new biometric technology at Atlanta and New York City area airports. The following is a continuation on other projects being tested or implemented in United States.
JetBlue celebrated its sixteenth year anniversary of its first flight by launching a new wholly owned subsidiary that will invest in, incubate and partner with early stage startups at the intersection of technology, travel and hospitality.
Experience The Skies has been updating blog readers on JetBlue Airways and its MINT® product for a while (refer to our coverage here for the MINT product and here focusing on Boston). As promised JetBlue Airways upgraded one of three daily flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) with an Airbus […]
JetBlue Airways Originally posted on November 18, 2014 with updates on June 23, 2015. Business Travel News posted an interview it conducted with JetBlue Airways (IATA Airline Code – B6)’s President Robin Hayes last week (Refer to link) about the future plans.