London based British Airways brings the cinema experience on board long haul flights with new headphones featuring 3D surround sound.
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 to get new insights and comment on which lounges you would like to get more information on.
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 A321 featuring its highly praised MINT product.
Experience The Skies covered Virgin America earlier in multi-part series (refer to the first part of the series here). One of the best features of this airline based out of San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is its RED (TM) inflight entertainment system and being the first in the region to offer fleet wide internet connectivity on board its Airbus A319 and A320 aircrafts. Today, Virgin America announced a partnership with ViaSat Inc. to introduce a new generation of WiFi connectivity that will greatly enhance passenger experience.
(The original post was published on February 19, 2015 with update on April 1, 2015 for Delta Air Lines (DL))
Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of Thai Airways, Virgin America, Emirates, Delta Air Lines.
In part 3 of the series, we examined the experiences Virgin America for pre-flight and at the airport. This part will conclude the series and will focus on the experience on board, Virgin America’s fiscal year 2014 results and strategic opportunities for growth.
In part 2 of the series, we examined the strengths and weaknesses of the Virgin America’s pre-flight experience. We will continue the series by looking into the At the Airport experience for the airline.
In part 1 of the series, we introduced Virgin America and focused on its history, current operations and fiscal year 2013 results. Part 2 will put the emphasis on the pre-flight experience.
For Summer 2015, United Airlines (UA) will experiment using a Boeing 757 aircraft with Premium Service (PS)® configuration on one of two daily flights from Boston (BOS) to Los Angeles (LAX).
Headquartered in San Francisco SFO), Virgin America (VX) is the brainchild of Sir Richard Branson who wanted to create a stylish airline providing point to point long-haul service to major North American cities. It is classified as a low cost carrier with a more full service feel.